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Cinnamon And Brown Sugar Plantains.

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  1. Margaret says:

    I want to enter your contest for the cooking knife. I was taken back at this colorful dish and I am trying it today for the first time. The smells of spices and taste was out of this world! Great …

  2. Sereka says:

    This sounds real good. I can taste it already! Thanks Chris

  3. ASHA RAHIM says:

    This recipe sounds like a winner,I must try it.

  4. elizabeth paul says:

    cant wait to try your recipes

  5. stacy says:

    I love plantains, I have made mines without the oil or the butter, just use orange or pineappple juice instead, it's delicious!!

  6. salisha says:

    i' jus a plantin lover when i making egg plant choker and roti i will make fri plantins and it taste lovely i jus love plantin

  7. Shri says:

    We use plantains in similar ways: steam/ stew them in Indian Jaggery.

  8. sandra says:

    trust me i will be trying those cinnamon plantian very soon cant wait .thanks for sharing .keep up the good work.

  9. Marjorie says:

    I am the same when it comes to plantian, cant pass them no where. I love plantains(green or ripe), mangoes and avocado. Have such a weakness for those. My mum in law puts rum and brown sugar on fried ripe plantain and torches it, calls it banane flamboe, its really nice but i prefer to stick to mine fried and eaten with eggs or fish. Will test your recipe out soon.

  10. Michelle says:

    looks great. Going to try it this week. What can I serve it with?

  11. Wow, this looks really good! I usually just fry mine, your recipe is somewhat healthier…

  12. mikki says:

    We had baked plantains at a restaurant in Tampa Fl. and I have been wanting a recipe for baked plantains ever since!
    Thanks for posting the recipe!!
    Can't wait to try them…..

  13. vivian leps says:

    I had this in Trinidad this Christmas and totally fell in love, Awesome Chris keep up the good work and those wonderful recipes.

  14. Jay says:

    The cinnamon and brown sugar plantains look really tasty. I wish I still had the plantains that I ate this morning to try them right now, but I guess I will have to wait and try them another time.

  15. ALITA GARRAWAY says:

    I will try it, an voice my opion later

  16. janalle says:

    i will try this recipe hopefully sunday for lunch it look really good i nornally fried the plantian but i will this way for sure

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