Jason (jcreed) wrote,
Jason
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I took a plantain
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And put it in a pan with some oil, enough to almost cover the plantain slices
plantain2
and applied fire until deep brown
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The result was pretty tasty, but not quite the plátanos maduros I was hoping for. They got nice and crispy on the outside, but the innards were still bright yellow and a little more starchy than sweet. I think I want to let the plantain ripen a bit more.
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