This is a easy fast recipe. Some days I want a little something sweet to eat without a lot of work. There are not a lot of measurements because I did not use any, I really did just shake some cinnamon on the bananas. Sometimes you just need to feed the need for something sweet and you don’t care what you use to get there. You need bananas that are just right, very little to no green on the peel, and little to no brown spots. Too green and they taste bitter when fried, to brown and they turn to mush, not that banana mush doesn’t taste good but its more of a breakfast thing.
1 or 2 bananas depending on your hunger and size skillet
some butter, just to get things started
honey — Not too much or it will be too sweet. ( As if you can get too sweet)
Place your skillet on the cooktop and set it to just below medium. Peel the bananas and slice them in half lengthwise. Place a little bit of butter in the skillet, thicker than a butter shaving and WAY less than a chunk of butter. No pressure on the amount of butter you just don’t want to deep fat fry them. Put the bananas in the skillet and sprinkle very little honey over the bananas, then shake on cinnamon. Not enough that it covers the bananas. Let them cook for 2-3 minutes then flip them over. Drizzle with honey and sprinkle with cinnamon. Let it cook for a 1-2 minutes more. The bananas are done when you lift one side of the banana and it is doing its best noodle impression.
Put them on the plate, cashews are optional, but they do dress it up a little. Enjoy.
This batch was a little heavy on the honey. ( At least Susan thought so) Note they are not fried brown when you flip them.