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Nigerian Battered Plantain

Product #: recipe529166
Nigerian Recipe By Nky Lily Lete

Availability: In stock



Nigerian Battered Plantain

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Recipe Name Nigerian Battered Plantain
Recipe By Nky Lily Lete
Recipe Ingredient


- 1 Yellow Plantain(use green plantains if you want it crunchy)
- 1 egg
- seasoning cube(maggi,knorr/powder (to taste)
- Pepper(to taste)
- a big Pinch of Salt
- a pinch of Baking soda(optional, but adds ''fluff'' to the batter)
- 3/4 Plain Flour( about 2 tablespoonful)
- Water (enough to form a thick paste)

Recipe Instruction Preparation: 1. Break the egg into a bowl, add the seasoning cube, pepper, salt and baking soda(if you're using any). Mix well, add the flour and gradually add the water until you get a thick batter. Set aside for later use. 2. Slit the plantain and peel off the skin. Slice the plantains thinly in diagonal shapes or any shape you like. 3. Dip the plantains into the batter, coat thoroughly Now, fry in hot oil until brown on both sides. If you are left with some batter, don't pour it out, add some milk and make a pancake.
Country of Consumption Nigeria
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