Whether used green or ripe, plantains are a basic element of Caribbean cooking and are also popular throughout Central America. This dish makes a sweet and salty contrast between the bananas and the stir-fried beef, yet it’s also reasonable in price and easy to make.
Plantains are a very versatile ingredient; they can be fried, prepared in syrup, stuffed or layered piñón-style, also known as Caribbean lasagna or casserole. I’m sure that if your family already likes ripe plantains, as well as the traditional lasagna with ground beef, then this recipe will come in handy for you. I hope this new version motivates you to try this delicious recipe with your family.