Tajadas

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Tajadas are a dish of fried plantains that are sliced long.[1] It is a food of Caribbean countries as well as Nicaragua, Colombia, Honduras, Panama, and Venezuela.

Tajadas

PreparationEdit

The plantains used are usually ripe.

VariationsEdit

ColombiaEdit

Tajadas is a very common dish that is usually served with meat, white rice, and beans.

Costa RicaEdit

Tajadas are served with gallo pinto or casados. It can also be eaten with natilla and queso blanco on top.

VenezualaEdit

 
Pabellon criollo with caraotas fritas, tajadas, cheese, and rice with a fried egg on top.

Tajadas is served in a traditional dish known as pabellon criollo.

Related pagesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Tajada About.com