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Recipe: Appetizing Coco Sugar Fried Saba : Banana Caramel : Banana Cue (dessert / snack)

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 food carts or in small stationary food stalls. When I was in high school, my family had a small food stall just across the national high school in our town, and banana cues were one of my Mama's best-selling snack foods for sale.

Coco Sugar Fried Saba : Banana Caramel : Banana Cue (dessert / snack) Coco Sugar Fried Saba Banana Cue (dessert or snack) instructions. Saba or Cardava or Cooking bananas are the fat plump ones, greenish to yellow with blackish markings as it. Wait until the sugar starts to caramelize. You can cook Coco Sugar Fried Saba : Banana Caramel : Banana Cue (dessert / snack) using 3 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Coco Sugar Fried Saba : Banana Caramel : Banana Cue (dessert / snack)

  1. You need 2 of Saba (Cardava) bananas.
  2. Prepare 1-2 Tbsp of coconut sugar.
  3. It's 3-4 Tbsp of Cooking oil.

When it does, stir the bananas so it is coated with caramelized sugar. Continue frying, stirring several times to have the bananas fully coated with the caramelized sugar. Turn the heat off once the bananas are cooked through. Drain excess oil in banana leaves or waxed paper.

Coco Sugar Fried Saba : Banana Caramel : Banana Cue (dessert / snack) step by step

  1. 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? :).
  2. Heat oil in pan. Prepare peeled bananas by slicing them or you can also cook whole like the traditional way in the Manila..
  3. Roll all sides of the banana in the coco sugar and drop in hot oil. Use low heat to prevent burning..
  4. 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..
  5. 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!.

With golden, pan-fried saba bananas and a creamy latik sauce, they make a delicious midday snack or after-meal dessert. Fried Bananas with Salted Coconut Caramel Sauce Miinatamis na saging, turon, and banana cue are some of the classic favorites we like to enjoy cardava bananas. 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, which in Philippine English refers to meat cooked in a style similar to satay. Banana cue is made with deep fried bananas coated in caramelized brown sugar.

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