Platáno Frito

(Costa Rican)

plantain, cheese, sour cream, condensed milk, oil

Platáno Frito is a simple side dish made by frying ripe plantains in oil until they are golden brown. The dish is often served for lunch, accompanying numerous main dishes, often along with cooked rice. The plantains can be additionally topped with Mexican crumbly cheese, sour cream, or condensed milk if they are served as a dessert.

Modified Nov. 16, 2020

Created Nov. 6, 2020 by: itisclaudio

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