Spanish Fried Bananas with Honey | A Simple & Delicious Dessert Recipe
These Spanish Fried Bananas with Honey are packed with flavors, super easy to make and done in just 20 minutes. This is a very popular dessert from the Canary Islands, where you will find it at almost every restaurant.
My favorite part about this dish is how easy it is to put together. We´re talking minimal prep work, simple ingredients and once again, done in just 20 minutes.
You can serve these fried bananas as an after dinner dessert or even for breakfast. Either way, remember to use a great olive oil, as it´s what really flavors this dish.
TIPS & TRICKS to Make this Recipe: I used bananas I bought 3 days before I made the recipe. That way they are not green or fully ripe. You want them right at the middle. As it gives them the perfect texture.
Key Ingredients & Cookware I used in this Recipe:
MY NONSTICK FRYING PAN
EXTRA VIRGIN SPANISH OLIVE OIL
SPANISH SEA SALT
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Spanish Fried Bananas with Honey
- 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil 120 ml
- 1/2 cup all-purpose flour 60 grams
- 1/4 tsp sea salt 1.5 grams
- 2 cage-free organic eggs
- 2 bananas
- fresh mint leaves
Heat a large fry pan with a medium heat and add in 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
Meanwhile, add 1/2 cup all-purpose flour into a shallow bowl, along with 1/4 tsp sea salt and mix together
Crack 2 eggs into a seperate shallow bowl and whisk together
Peel 2 bananas, cut each on in half and then each half in half lengthwise
Coat each piece of banana in the flour and then in the egg wash
After heating the olive oil for 9 to 10 minutes, start adding the coated pieces of banana into the pan, making sure they´re all in a single layer
After 3 minutes flip the pieces of banana to fry the other side, after another 3 minutes, remove the pieces of banana from the pan and transfer into a plate with paper towels
Add the fried bananas into a serving dish, drizzle with a generous portion of honey and ganish with fresh mint leaves, serve at once, enjoy!
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27 . Jun . 2021
Fantastic recipe and so easy, thanks! I made it with quinoa flour and 1 egg and worked really well (gluten free version).
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Sounds great! thanks for the comment 🙂 much love27 . Jun . 2021
Just tried making these with my kids. Our bananas might have been a bit overripe, so they fell apart a bit, but it all tasted good! We don’t normally eat fried food, but at least these are fried in olive oil. I hope Spaniards aren’t transitioning to cheaper cooking oils these days. These don’t really need the honey, but it adds an extra touch, and maybe some additional enzymes.
I’m looking for traditional Spanish recipes that can be adapted to use kosher meats (ex. no pork, shrimp), and ideally looking for recipes that could be gluten free.
I keep imagining a potato salad with green olives in it. I know that there is a Greek? salad called Salad Oliviea (not sure how to spell that), but I’m wondering if there are any Spanish ones.
Are there Spanish health foods? In the US, we have this sort of thing where out on the rural areas, many people are overweight as most of them don’t do agricultural work and drive into towns and cities for fast food and buy processed foods from grocery stores. But they still have traditional foods, some of which are more or less healthy.
Is there a difference in Spain as to what is traditionally served in restaurants and what is cooked at home?
My Mexican stepdad cooks for us traditional foods from Mexico that seem fairly healthy, but he says that many people in Mexico today no longer eat like this. They are catching on to more American westernized foods.29 . May . 2021
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North American foods are popular here in Spain, but mostly for the younger people, most folks still eat traditional Spanish food, whether at home or at restarants, I actually have a potato salad coming up next week 🙂 much love30 . May . 2021
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will be making this soon i love bananas sooooooooooooooo much i never had spanish fried bananas with honey before perfect for my office snacks and home snacks while i work on the computer and phone will dm you if i make this and let you know how it goes Thanks Ramya26 . May . 2021
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Sounds great Ramya! Much love 🙂26 . May . 2021
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