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A favorite of many people here on the islands is crepes made with fresh bananas. Once the bananas are cut from the banana plant they are hung upside-down to ripen. Many times we have too many ripe bananas to use. Therefore, we take the over ripe bananas and make Poe and crepes. The crepes are delicious eaten alone or topped with fresh coconut milk. So next time you have over ripe bananas try making some banana crepes.
Total Time: 30 to 45 minutes
Yield: 10 to 12 crepes
Source: I'd like to thank my Tahitian sister in law Tarita for teaching me how to make these crepes.
Yum! Gonna try this for sure!
Thank you so much. I was reading this again and found out that I forgot to tell people that they need to add just a small amount of oil to the frying pan each time they make a new crepe. To start you add about 2 tablespoons of oil to the frying pan. After removing the crepe you'll need to repeat this each time, so the crepes don't stick to the frying pan.
They are delicious and I know you'll love them.