>> Fresh broadleaf plantain leaves
>> Olive oil
>> Spices of your choosing or a sauce of your choice
Preheat oven to 200°F.
Place the plantain leaves in a bowl. Add a little oil and spices of your choice (or a splash or two of your favourite sauce such as teriyaki). Mix well to ensure all leaves are covered.
Place a sheet of parchment paper on a baking sheet. Individually,place the plantain leaves on the sheet. Bake 5 -15 minutes until they are crispy. The size and thickness of the leaves will determine baking time.
If the leaves are smaller then be careful to watch them at about the 3-4 minute mark to ensure they do not burn.
Serve warm or once cooled!
Serving Tip: Crumble your baked plantain leaves over a salad, mashed potatoes, or anything else you feel it would compliment well.
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