Unripe Plantain Fritters By Zinny

Unripe plantain fritters. Not spicy so, I guess pregnant moms will love this
 Peel and grate the plantain using the side of grater that would give it a flaky look(I used small and big pores to get an uneven texture). Remove the seed from the tomatoes. Dice the tomatoes, onions and pepper and place in a small bowl. Add the flour, salt, maggi and whisked egg and combine thoroughly. (I used my fingers to do this.) Add the mashed fish and if you've got a sweet tooth or making this for kids, you can
add sugar. Heat your oil and scoop with a flat spoon and fry on medium heat so it cooks properly inside. Turn sides to get a golden brown colour. Best served warm with tea/oatmeal/pap.

Recipe:
1 finger of Unripe plantain
4tbs full flour
Strong ripe Tomatoes
1 egg
Pinch of salt
Pinch of maggi
1 seed of pepper
One tsp full of Ice Fish(optional)
Onion
Vegetable oil for frying

*ideally, this is supposed to be deep fried, but I fried normally. Also, you can use any veggies of choice: mushroom etc. For this I didn't use fish because it wasn't readily available. I also hope someone can do this with a mixture of ripe and unripe plantain and tell us how it goes. Plantain can be substituted with Irish or sweet potatoes.
grated unripe plantain producing two different sizes of flakes. 

grated unripe plantain producing two different sizes of flakes.

 ready to fry mixture

Plantain fritters on Fire

Ready made unripe plantain fritters

Yummy unripe plantain fritters
ENJOY!


Comments

  1. Anonymous3/05/2014

    I think this would also go with ketchup!

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  2. Anonymous3/05/2014

    Wow, this is sugar free. Thanks Zinny.

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  3. Toyeebah3/05/2014

    Nd I tried with ripe plaintain,it came out lik akara but perfect taste.I added carrot,spring onions,green peas,sausages nd grounded pepper

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    1. Pls did u grate the ripe plantain?

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    2. Anonymous3/10/2014

      For ripe plantain, you mash or blend it

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  4. I just love me this kind of snacks. Its perfect for those nights when one is third to cook

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  5. WC u b baba.I love dis blog almost anytin turns to food here lol.

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  6. Mine came out very beautiful, I added corned beef instead of fish.

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