Fried plantain is a dish cooked wherever plantains grow, from Latin America through West Africa to East Africa and the Caribbean such as Jamaica, and in many parts of Southeast Asia such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines, where fried snacks (called gorengan) are widely popular. It is called alloco in Côte d'Ivoire and dodo in Western Nigeria otherwise known as simply fried plantain in other parts of Nigeria. Kelewele is a fried spicy plantain or can be fried as a side dish for Red Red bean and fish stew in Ghana
Fried plantain is also eaten in some countries in South America or the Caribbean where African influence is present. For example, in the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico, it is common to cut plantains in slices, fry them until they are yellow, smash them between two plates and fry them again. This is also a common dish throughout Central America, referred to as patacones in Costa Rica and Panama, and tostones in Colombia, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Puerto Rico. In Honduras they are referred to as "tajadas"
Our fried plantain is very yummy and can be enjoyed at any time of the day. Please order how many portions you want and it will be delivered to you as soon as possible.