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Tatale – Ghanaian Plantain Cakes

Tatale – Ghanaian Plantain Cakes

Tatale – Ghanaian Plantain Cakes

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2 over-ripe medium plantains (black and soft)

1 small onion,

finely chopped or grated 25 to 50 g (1 to 2 oz)

self-raising flour 5 ml (1 tsp)

palm oil (optional)

salt and hot pepper to taste

oil for frying


Peel and mash the plantains well. Put into a bowl and add enough of

the flour to bind. Add the onion, palm oil, salt and pepper to taste.

Mix well and leave to stand for 20 minutes. Fry in spoonfuls in a little

hot oil until golden brown. Drain on kitchen paper and serve hot.

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