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== Directions ==
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== Procedures ==
  
 
# Peel the [[plantain]]s or green [[bananas]] and place in a steamer or a saucepan with a rack in the bottom. Add [[water]], leaving the [[bananas]] above the level of the [[water]]. Add [[salt]] and [[pepper]]. Bring contents to boiling point; reduce heat and steam [[bananas]] until soft. Lift [[bananas]] from the liquid and mash well. Place in top of double saucepan over simmering [[water]] until ready to serve with [[Chicken]] stew.
 
# Peel the [[plantain]]s or green [[bananas]] and place in a steamer or a saucepan with a rack in the bottom. Add [[water]], leaving the [[bananas]] above the level of the [[water]]. Add [[salt]] and [[pepper]]. Bring contents to boiling point; reduce heat and steam [[bananas]] until soft. Lift [[bananas]] from the liquid and mash well. Place in top of double saucepan over simmering [[water]] until ready to serve with [[Chicken]] stew.

Latest revision as of 20:02, 13 July 2012


Description

Ingredients

Chicken stew

Procedures

  1. Peel the plantains or green bananas and place in a steamer or a saucepan with a rack in the bottom. Add water, leaving the bananas above the level of the water. Add salt and pepper. Bring contents to boiling point; reduce heat and steam bananas until soft. Lift bananas from the liquid and mash well. Place in top of double saucepan over simmering water until ready to serve with Chicken stew.

To make Chicken stew: fry Chicken in hot oil in a heavy sauté pan until brown. Add onions, tomatoes, potatoes, salt, pepper and water. Cover tightly and simmer for about 1 hour, or until Chicken is tender. Pour Chicken stew over plantains. Serves 6.

  1. Note: The plantain and the green banana (not the banana used generally in its green unripe state) as prepared above taste similar to mashed white potatoes.