One of our classic Pinoy street foods is Banana Cue. I admit I am an avid fan of Banana Cue because they're delicious and cheap. I remember they are sold for only one peso during my grade school years, but now, banana cues are sold for 5 pesos a stick with only one big piece of banana on each stick! I missed those good old years when one peso can buy me a snack.
Times when I'm not in a big hurry buying groceries, which rarely happens because almost always we have other errands to do aside from just weekend groceries, I can leisurely look at all the goods where I'll be reminded to buy slightly ripened saba bananas. Overly ripe bananas are good for minatamis na saging but not for making Banana Cue, because they don't cling to the bamboo stick nicely. Read further to know how to cook banana cue if you wan't to try your hand on frying your own at home. It really is easy to do but will only make you sweat a bit because of the need for occasional stirring.
Now here's how I make Banana Cue at home.
I only used 6 bananas because there are only two of us to consume them. You can definitely cook more, say a bunch of bananas? :)
Yes you heard me right. :) The caramel will simply cling to the bananas as you stir. But if this doesn't happen especially if your bananas are not ripe enough, then you can distribute the caramel using a spoon.
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