Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Plantain Fritters




Spicy savory plantain fritters perfect for a tea time treat.

Ingredients:

4 green plantains peeled and grated
1 small clove garlic finely crushed
1 small white onion finely sliced
2 green chillies finely chopped
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon chilli powder
pinch bicarbonate of soda
2 tablespoons plain flour
1-2 teaspoons water
600 ml sunflower oil for frying


Method:

1.In a bowl add the grated plantain, onion slices, salt,chilli powder, green chillies, bicarbonate of soda and the flour.
2. Mix the ingredients together, only add enough water so that the mixture  binds together without being too wet.
3. Form small  patties of the mixture and place them on a tray.


4. Heat oil in a large pan, when it is hot turn the heat down to medium nad fry the patties in small batches until golden brown.Do not be tempted to cook on high heat otherwide fritters will be uncooked on the inside.
5. Drain on kitchen paper fry the next batch.
6. Serve hot with chilli sauce or dip of choice.



You may like:
Plantain Crisps

Submitting to:
Flavours of Caribbean event by simply.food guest hosted by Tina of The spicy pear


12 comments:

  1. Crispy and crunchy looking fritters. Wonderfully prepared.
    Deepa

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  2. very very delicious and tasty fritters :)

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  3. Wow ! super, mouth watering here.

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  4. New to me apart from traditional bhajji, looks yum :)

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  5. One word - SCRUMDIDDLIUMPTIOUS! Thank you

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  6. perfect for time pass n luv to munch r8 nw.

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  7. I made these for tea last night and me and the kids all loved them - so quick and easy to make too!

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  8. Your plantain fritters looks delicious.

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  9. perfect snack for rainy day like today.

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  10. This is so simple and delicious ....and who can say no to fritters..

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