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Have you ever had plantains? The first time I remember being introduced to this banana-like fruit was after visiting the home of some friends from Ghanna.  After that I started buying plantains. Unfortunately my family isn’t as interested in ethnic foods as I am.  This is how I eat them.

Plantain peeled.

Plantain peeled.

Plantains look almost exactly like bananas but they are not the same. The only way I eat them is to wait till the skin is blackening with ripeness, then I peel them (the plantain is very thick and stable- unlike a very ripe banana). Then cut them in thick pieces like I show.

Heat up some oil  in a nonstick pan.

Heat up some oil in a nonstick pan.

While you’re cutting up the plantain get some oil heated up nice and hot in a good pan. Then fry until golden brown. Flip over as necessary, then move the plantains to a plate with a paper towel to soak up the excess oil.  Again- these aren’t bananas!

Sprinkle with powdered sugar-eat warm!

Sprinkle with powdered sugar-eat warm!

Sprinkle with powdered sugar if you want (but they just as good or even better without)  and eat them while they are  still warm…yummm!


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Tracy Zdelar

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