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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Best Ever Tatale Fried Plantain Recipe

Tatale Fried Plantain Fritters Recipe
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Tatale fried plantains are golden crispy fried deliciousness and is a favorite street food of Ghana Africa.

Plantain is a staple food throughout Africa that is eaten when green or unripe, yellow or ripe and yellowish brown or over ripe. Ghanian Tatale are made from overripe plantains.

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When mashed and fried into crisp savory fritters called Tatale, it is tasty proof that there are so many ways to cook plantains.

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 Ghanian Tatale are made from over ripe plantains
Plantains are popular and plentiful in Ghana as they are one of the top producer in West Africa. All you need is seven ingredients, oil for frying and 5 minutes to make the ultimate crispy Tatale fried plantains.

Tatale Fried Plantain Recipe

Serves 4
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All you need is seven ingredients, oil for frying and 5 minutes to make the ultimate crispy Tatale fried plantain fritters.

Fried Plantain Recipe

2ripe yellow plantains
1 teaspoononion powder
1 teaspoongarlicsalt
1 teaspoon brown sugar
1 choppedhot pepper
Oil for frying


In a large frying pan, heat 1 inch of vegetable oil on medium-highheat. Peel and mash plantains until it resembles a thick paste. Add remaining ingredients. Drop by teaspoonfuls into hot oil,fry until golden brown, about 1 ½ -2 minutes on each side. Remove fritter from oil and drain on a paper towel.

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