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Bananas are fried in butter and coated in cinnamon-sugar in this traditional Brazilian dessert of fried sweet bananas that is quick and easy to make.

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IngredientsServes: 6

  • 3 firm bananas, halved lengthwise
  • 100g caster sugar
  • 1 1/4 teaspoons ground cinnamon
  • 3 tablespoons butter

MethodPrep:10min ›Cook:5min ›Ready in:15min

  1. Cut each banana half into 3 or 4 pieces.
  2. Mix sugar and cinnamon together in a shallow bowl.
  3. Melt butter in a pan over medium-low heat; add banana slices and cook until golden brown, 5 to 10 minutes. Transfer banana slices to a kitchen paper-lined plate. Coat banana slices, 1 at a time, with cinnamon-sugar.

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by Chef V

I followed the recipe to a T, with the exception of only using 1 banana (just for me), so I changed the serving size to reflect that. I had plenty of sugar mixture left over so that can easily be reduced. This was surprisingly tasty,the smell of the bananas browning in the butter was just heavenly. DO make sure you use very firm bananas as they will soften and sweeten.. I can see this being a disaster if you use a ripe bananas (they will turn to mush). Mine cooked up in 10 minutes (5 on each side). I served mine as a trio on a plate to make it look more appealing. Placed some on top of melted dark chocolate and served alongside some fresh whipped cream. This would be fantastic like suggested on vanilla ice cream and you could even use the leftover butter in the pan to make a quick caramel. Would love to try this as a topping to some pancakes for a special breakfast.-16 Aug 2016

by lutzflcat

These may not be pretty, but they certainly were tasty served over a big scoop of vanilla ice cream, My bananas were a bit ripe, but you really do want to use very firm bananas to keep them from getting too soft. Nandabear, simple recipe, but a good one! Thanks for sharing.-07 Jul 2015

Fried Bananas

These simple pan-fried bananas recipes is perfect sprinkled with cinnamon and for an extra special treat, top it with vanilla ice cream.

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A couple of things I learned from the 21 Days Sugar Detox:

1) I need to stick as close to the diet as possible. Sugar and me are like oil and vinegar.

2) I need to eat more vegetables. I’m like the kid who licked broccoli and said I ate it. I’m going to strive to eat veggies 2x a day.

3) This diet is an excellent reset and will help you “see” those cheats you have let into your diet.

I did lose inches which I’m happy about.

So to finish up my 21 Day Sugar Detox journey I’m going to share the simplest of bananas recipes that just ROCKED. I would never have dreamed up anything fried if it had not been for the detox. I ate 2 bananas and wanted more but yeah, carbs right? I never thought to make fried bananas but GIRL it turned out so good that it’s now a family dessert favorite.

Recipe Summary

  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 8 (8-in.) square spring roll pastry wrappers (such as Spring Home)
  • 1 large egg, beaten
  • 3 qt.s vegetable oil
  • 1 cup packed dark brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup (4 oz.) salted butter
  • 6 tablespoons (3 oz.) rum
  • 2 tablespoons heavy cream
  • 2 teaspoons black pepper
  • 1/2 cup toasted pecan halves
  • Butter-pecan ice cream

Prepare the bananas: Place granulated sugar in a shallow pie plate or baking dish. Toss bananas in sugar shake off excess.

Place 4 spring roll wrappers on a work surface with 1 point facing you (so that they look like diamonds). Place 1 banana on each wrapper, 1 inch above bottom point. Carefully begin wrapping banana from the bottom up, keeping the roll as tight as possible. Fold in the sides of the wrapper (like a burrito). Brush 1 inch of top point with some of the beaten egg, and continue to wrap, pressing to secure roll. Repeat with remaining bananas, wrappers, and egg. Place rolls in a single layer on a sheet pan lined with a damp paper towel. Freeze 1 hour.

Heat oil to 325°F in a large Dutch oven. Fry banana rolls, 2 or 3 at a time, until golden brown, 6 to 7 minutes. Drain on paper towels.

Prepare the sauce: Cook brown sugar and butter in a skillet over medium-high, whisking constantly, until melted and bubbly, 3 to 4 minutes. Tilt pan away from you, and carefully add the rum, whisking until smooth. Remove pan from heat, and stir in cream and pepper.

Slice banana rolls in half diagonally. Spoon sauce over top, sprinkle with pecans, and serve with ice cream.

    • 1/2 cup light brown sugar, firmly packed
    • 4 tablespoons unsalted butter
    • 3 bananas, peeled and halved lengthwise
    • 1/4 cup chopped pecans
    • 1 pint vanilla ice cream
  1. Make the Caramel
    1. Place a nonstick skillet over medium-high heat and add the brown sugar and butter. Allow both to melt and mix well using a heatproof silicone spatula.
    1. When the caramel is hot and bubbly, add the bananas, cut side down, along with the pecans. Allow the bananas to cook for about 3 minutes before turning them over. The cut side should have a deep golden brown color and a slightly crispy texture. (Depending on the ripeness of the banana, they may break. Don’t worry about this they will still be delicious.)
    2. Cook for another 2 minutes, using a spoon to drizzle the caramel sauce over the bananas to keep infusing them with caramel flavor.
    1. Place the bananas on a serving dish or platter, top with scoops of ice cream, and drizzle the caramel sauce and nuts all over it.
    1. The bananas are best served just after they are made. They will lose their crispy caramelized texture as they sit but will still retain their flavor so long as they are not refrigerated.
    1. If you must make them in advance, the bananas can be held in a warm oven for a few hours.

    Reprinted with permission from Simply Mexican by Lourdes Castro, © April 2009 Ten Speed Press

    Crispy Fried Bananas

    I just go ape over fried bananas! Use this fried bananas recipe to make them as a snack. Bring this to a friend's house as a great dessert!

    For another variation on a fried bananas recipe, watch how Evandro Caregnato, Culinary Director of Texas de Brazil Brazilian steakhouse in Chicago makes his sweet fried bananas.


    • 6 bananas, ripe
    • 1 egg
    • 1 / 2 cup flour
    • 3 / 4 cup milk
    • 1 tablespoon sugar
    • 1 / 2 teaspoon salt
    • bread crumbs, dry shifted
    • lemon juice


    1. Select ripe bananas, remove the skin, scrape off the stringly fibers, and cut the bananas in half lengthwise.
    2. Dip the pieces of banana into the batter made from the egg, flour, milk, sugar, and salt, and roll them in the bread crumbs.
    3. Fry the bananas until golden brown in shallow fat, drain on paper, keep hot, and squeeze lemon juice over them just before serving.
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    These bananas sound amazing! Whip up a quick caramel or peanut butter sauce, and these could be a perfect dessert!

    I've never had this before, but it sounds interesting, like something I would like, and maybe my grandkids would like. I wonder if you could bake a whole cookie sheet of these banana slices in the oven and have them come out crispy. there are lots of other "oven fried" dishes, so it seems like it would work.

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    • 2 tablespoons butter
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    Ingredients for Fried Bananas

    • 3 Firm Bananas (halved lengthwise)
    • ½ Cup White Sugar
    • 1 ¼ Teaspoons Ground Cinnamon
    • 3 Tablespoons Butter

    You can grab these ingredients at any supermarket. Or may have them stocked up in your pantry already. You must be thinking about the time of preparation. So let’s take a look on that.

    How Much Time It Will Take To Prepare Fried Bananas?

    1. In a bowl, mix sugar and cinnamon.
    2. Take a skillet and melt some butter over a medium-low flame. Add bananas slices to it and cook them till they turn golden brown. This may take 5-10 minutes.
    3. Keep them over a paper towel and then coat them with the sugar-cinnamon mixture.
    4. Serve hot.

    Now you can serve these crispy fried bananas as a dessert and a breakfast as well. It tastes best with vanilla ice cream. You will love this dish with pancakes, waffles and crepes.

    Nutritional Breakdown of Fried Bananas

    Bananas contain many healthy nutrients that are very essential for a human body. That is why, I’ve mentioned the nutritional breakdown of this banana recipe.


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