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Mofongo is a favorite local dish in Puerto Rico where chef Roberto Trevino has his restaurant, Budatai.
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Serves 6.3 or 4 green plantains, peeled and cut into 1/2 inch pieces2 tablespoonfuls of ground garlic1 tablespoonful of olive oil4 slices of baconProcedure:Sautee the bacon slices until most of the fat has melted. Add the garlic and olive oil. ...
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l0ve2c00k
Monfongo is made by mashing tostones (twice fried plantains) with garlic, olive oil, and chicarrones or bacon.
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Serves 6.3 or 4 green plantains, peeled and cut into 1/2 inch pieces2 tablespoonfuls of ground garlic1 tablespoonful of olive oil4 slices of baconProcedure:Sautee the bacon slices until most of the fat has melted. Add the garlic and olive oil. ...
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LatinaCook
Green plantains are fried, then mashed with garlic and crushed pork rinds. Serve it as a simple side dish or make little balls to be dropped into your favorite soup.
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maricakes
The Mofongo is delicious and easy-to-prepare. It is very popular in the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. Many restaurants serve a great varieties of this dish, either accompanied by mondongo, shrimps, fried meat (salted beef) etc. The following is the traditional recipe.
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foodiepierluisi
This dish is my way of preparing a traditional puertorrican dish called "mofongo". It is a comfort food in my opinion since every time I prepare it it reminds me so much of home. If you have the time it is a must to try!
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MarielC
This is a classic Puerto Rican dish that is also popular in Cuba (similar to the Dominican "mangu"). If you don’t have a tostonera (two pieces of wood hinged together to flatten plantains) use a glass or a small plate to flatten the plantains. If you don't use bacon and stop at step 2 you have tostones which also a great side dish.
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1. Peel plaintains. Cut into one inch slices. Soak for 15 minutes in salt and water. Drain well. 2. Heat fat or oil(350 degrees if you are using a deep fryer). Add plaintain slices and fry for 15 minutes but do not brown. Drain on paper towel. 3. In ...
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