Servings: 6 to 8
Sliced ripe plantains retain a sweet, creamy center and become caramelized around the edges when fried. This tasty side dish makes a good accompaniment to rice and beans, roasted pork, or both.
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If you've never had fried plantains, you're in for a treat. It's sort of like eating a fresh, banana-flavored donut with caramely-crisp edges. This recipe is great, although it does take longer to get good crisp edges than stated in recipe. Don't worry, they don't easily burn.
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