|BUTTERSCOTCH PLANTAIN SOURDOUGH PANCAKES|
I wanted to make a curry or plaintain chips and you need still green bananas for that, which this one isn't. So I ended up making fritters.
My mother got the banana at the farmer's market. The thing is,I didn't just have one banana, not even two. My mother got three and each one weighed about 400g! Needless to say, I had to find a few more uses for the giant bananas beyond fritters.
So pancakes it was since Sourdough Surprises suggested pancakes and waffles with unusual flavours for this month. (I wish I had a waffle maker because I would have liked to try the plantain in waffles instead.) To give it a boost, I was inspired by Dan Lepard's recipe for a butterscotch banana cake in his book, Short and Sweet, and cooked the banana in a sugar syrup before adding to the pancake batter. I used condensed milk instead.
|What a stack! Pour on tres leches and dig in.|
After seeing what the Sourdough Surprises group came up with, I really need to get a waffle maker!