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Fried Plantain is one of the easy and fast Nigerian food recipes. It often features in Nigerian breakfast meals.
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Preparation time:
30 min
Cooking Time:
30 min
Ready In:
30 min
Level of Difficulty:
Very Easy
Servings:
4
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Fried Plantain is one of the easy and fast Nigerian food recipes. It often features in Nigerian breakfast meals.

Nigerian Fried Plantain (Dodo)

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Directions

Before you fry the plantains

  1. Wash, peel and slice the plantain as shown. Place in a bowl and add a little salt. Toss the plantain to ensure that the salt is evenly distributed.

     

  2. Pour a generous quantity of vegetable oil into a frying pan and allow to heat. If using a deep fryer, preheat the oil to 170°C.

Frying Directions

  1. When the oil is heated, add a considerable quantity of the plantain slices to the oil, leaving enough room for the slices to fry evenly.

     

  2. When the underside of the slices starts to turn golden, flip the slices on their other side.
  3. Fry till a desired browning is achieved.
  4. Remove and place in a sieve to drain out the oil.
  5. Fry the next batch of the plantain slices following steps 1 through 4.


 

Ingredients

Ripe Plantain (The plantain should be ripe and hard, it is not advisable to use plantain that is soft) Vegetable Oil: enough for deep fryingSalt to taste

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