December 14, 2016
I love to serve this alongside any spicy dish, it helps to cut down on the spices & really adds a new level of flavor to any meal. But don't limit yourself to that suggestion, this pairs up nicely with so many dishes & is a great substitution for potatoes. Even your kids will love this!
Serves: 2 to 4
1 In a small bowl; mix butter & molasses... it's ok if there's lumps of butter. Set aside.
2 Leave bananas unpeeled, wash & dry thoroughly.
3 Heat a 10" cast iron skillet on med-high till hot, about 2 minutes. While waiting; trim ends of bananas & slice in half lengthwise. Rub banana halves all over with oil.
4 Place bananas, skin side up, in the heated skillet. Cover & cook 2 minutes till golden.
5 Flip bananas over, reduce heat to medium, cover & cook another 2 minutes.
6 Remove to serving plates, flat side up. Spoon some butter/molasses over each banana & serve immediately with your meal.
Tips & Suggestions
1 For a little more tart flavor; in place of regular molasses use pomegranate molasses syrup & 1/2 tsp organic cane sugar. If you can't find this locally, you can order pomegranate molasses syrup online from Amazon.com.
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