How To Make Tostones
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If there is one thing that life on the homestead revolves around, it is food. We are always trying to grow more of it and we love to cook it. As hard as we try, there are always foods we enjoy that we can’t grow on the homestead. Every once in a while we treat ourselves to one of these foods. This week while at the store, the checkout clerk handed Tracy a free plantain. What a wonderful gift, since we love to make tostones from plantains. We acquired our recipe from a Dominican gentleman I used to work with. The recipe is perfect in its simplicity, and it reminds us that good food does not have to be complicated.
You begin with a green plantain, it should be firm but not hard, it should also not be turning yellow or it will burn due to a higher sugar content.
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