Coop

Plantains ca. 1 kg

Price
CHF 3.95
Price per
3.95 /1kg

Product information

Country of production

  • Ecuador

Description

Sie ist roh ungeniessbar. Ihre Anwendung ist jedoch vielfältig: frittiert, gebraten, gedämpft, grilliert oder als Brei zubereitet.

Storage

Refrigerated: After purchase, store at max. temp. of 5 °C

Notes on use

  • Niemals roh essen.

Ratings

Average rating: 4.0 of 5 23 ratings and 14 reviews

  • from on
    Average rating: 2.0 of 5 2.0

    Wir kochen sie grün oder reiff aber schon mehrmals sind sie nie reiff geworden.

  • from on
    Average rating: 1.0 of 5 1.0

    Dures et jamais devenues mûres, farineuses et goût infect

  • from on
    Average rating: 5.0 of 5 5.0

    super angebraten

  • from on
    Average rating: 1.0 of 5 1.0

    Kamen leider sehr hart und unreif. So konnte ich sie für meine Zwecke nicht gleich brauchen. Gehe lieber selbst aussuchen.

  • from on
    Average rating: 5.0 of 5 5.0

    Wonderful to fry, bake, steam but especially when they get ripe. Plantains like other bananas/fruit only turn ripe when stored at room temperature. Coop suggests to store them in the fridge but they are not stored in the fridge at Coop...

  • from on
    Average rating: 5.0 of 5 5.0

    Back at home in Honduras, we usually let them turn BLACK, YES, BLACK. Then they’re sweet and you could eve eat them raw; you can fried them or wrap them in foil, place them in the oven with some butter, brown sugar an cinnamon (we called the “Plátano en Gloria”). Delicious!

  • from on
    Average rating: 5.0 of 5 5.0

    I love that I can find these in Coop. They have authentic flavor and the portions are well-sized.

  • from on
    Average rating: 5.0 of 5 5.0

    very practical: can be fried with just a bit of oil in no time and are a healthy option to replace potatoes

  • from on
    Average rating: 5.0 of 5 5.0

    Verts ou mûrs, succulents en chips...

  • from on
    Average rating: 5.0 of 5 5.0

    We love their flavor, specially when they are yellow almost turning blackish, that's the perfect time to bake them in the oven with some sugar cane on top. Delicious option for sweet food or for a side for a salty one, with rice and fish for example. If I get them too green I just wrap them in newspaper and they turn yellow faster. Great product!