Salvadoran banana pies are delicious buns made with a cover of banana in the Center milk poleada; they are accompanied and covered with sugar.
Since ancient times, banana pies have been elaborated for generations in Salvadoran cuisine. The development consists of undo the plantains and with them to develop a mass; in the center of this mass is placed a little milk poleada (milk atol) which gives the creamy flavor that characterizes them.
Once made the buns is to fry them with oil until they are solid, with a dark color and a hard consistency. When they are ready they fill with sugar which adheres to the pies. Taken with a typical national drink.