Coco Sugar Fried Saba : Banana Caramel : Banana Cue (dessert / snack). Fried bananas on bamboo skewers, also known as banana cue among Filipinos, is a popular snack food in Philippines. It's widely sold on the streets in The term banana cue is actually confusing to a lot of people. Although one might think it's similar to a barbecue where slices of marinated meat are.
See more ideas about Desserts, Food, Dessert recipes. Recipe: Yummy Banana Chocolate Nut Squares! We made these golden fried brown sugar sticky bananas called Banana Cue when my friend Angie was visiting Bjork and me in Cebu. You can have Coco Sugar Fried Saba : Banana Caramel : Banana Cue (dessert / snack) using 3 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Coco Sugar Fried Saba : Banana Caramel : Banana Cue (dessert / snack)
- It’s 2 of Saba (Cardava) bananas.
- Prepare 1-2 Tbsp of coconut sugar.
- You need 3-4 Tbsp of Cooking oil.
I took advantage of having another adult around during the school day and did something that I've said I would never do again: cook with my elementary aged students. A traditional Filipino dessert or snack or 'merienda'. Plantain bananas are cook in syrup then served with crushed ice, milk and tapioca pearls. The tapioca pearls and milk is but.
Coco Sugar Fried Saba : Banana Caramel : Banana Cue (dessert / snack) instructions
- Saba or Cardava or Cooking bananas are the fat plump ones, greenish to yellow with blackish markings as it ripens. In Manila it is a popular street & market food sold on sticks. I haven’t tried with plantains, not sure if we have those here or if its the same banana…try and let me know? :).
- Heat oil in pan. Prepare peeled bananas by slicing them or you can also cook whole like the traditional way in the Manila..
- Roll all sides of the banana in the coco sugar and drop in hot oil. Use low heat to prevent burning..
- When sugar melts turn it to the other side. Use a spatula or spoon to scoop back the sugar on to the banana if it separates. I turned them twice on each side before removing from the pan. Place on a plate and let it cool..
- The coco sugar will harden and become crisp as it cools. Delicious. I placed too much I think (2 Tbsps) so 1 Tbsp should be ok for 2 bananas. 🙂 Enjoy!.
Banana cue or Banana Q (Tagalog: Banana kyu) is a popular snack food or street food in the Philippines. The "cue" in the name is an abbreviation of barbecue. Banana Cue (Fried Saba Bananas With Brown Sugar Caramel). Fried bananas on bamboo The ever dependable Pinoy dessert: deep fried saba banana encrusted in brown sugar. One way is to fry the peeled banana in boiling oil with some amount of brown sugar thrown in to caramelize the. (Filipino Caramelized Bananas , Banana Q, Banana Kyu, Bananacue).