A plantain or cooking plantain is one of the less-sweet cultivars of the genus Musa, whose fruit is also known as a banana. Plantains are mostly eaten cooked, sometimes along with their leaves and peels, and are usually large, angular, and starchy (in contrast to "common" or "dessert" bananas, which are typically eaten raw and without the peel). Bananas are usually smaller, more rounded, and sweet, however, there is no formal scientific distinction between plantains and bananas.
Health Benefits Of Green Banana:
Good Source of Resistance Starch