Months ago I pre-ordered a box of Hua Moa giant bananas from a future harvest. I periodically buy weird/rare fruit, and these seemed like a cool thing to try. They arrived today! (overripe normie 🍌 in photo for scale). I love tostones & heard these were really good for making…
them which was the #1 thing I had in mind but now I have *so many* giant bananas. Anyone who has had these, tell me what to do with them…
Ok first attempt, feel free to critique my approach bc I just read a recipe online. They did have some little seeds in the center and banana 1, I took them out but that made the round slices kind of weak and some split. 2, I left them in and it looks like they just cooked off.
They taste great, at least. Really really creamy texture under the fried part.

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