1 TBSP butter
3 TBSP maple syrup (pure)
Peel the plantain and slice it into rounds. Set aside. Take a small saute pan and heat to medium. Once it’s heated through, melt the butter in your pan. Add the sliced plantains.
I like to slide the plantains around the pan a little. I find this helps prevent them from sticking. Allow the plantains to cook in the butter for a few minutes. Add the maple syrup. Flip the plantains so they cook evenly on both sides.
Use a spatula (not metal if you’re using a non-stick pan) to move the plantains around frequently. The maple syrup will bubble and form a crust around the plantains. Cook for around 5 minutes and take off.