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18 servings, 2 plantain slices and 2 tsp. dip each
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Patacones -- Tostones -- Plantain Chips -- it's a very personal food to Hispanics. And there is always a slight variation to how the plantain is cut etc. But in the end, its all the same. Here's a quote I found on-line about the plantain: “Everyone becomes a child when presented with a tostón,” said Chef DonClark, Ambassador of Plantains. (check him out:http://www.free-press-release.com/news/print-1186957214.html ) “The tostón speaks to the reverence that Latinos/Hispanics have when it comes to their food and their family, and when you put the two together, fun is not that far behind.”
Yo soy cubana, y al menos en mi paiz eso no son tostones, para los tostones, se corta el plátano grueso, se pasa por aceite caliente y se sacan, se aplastan y se vuelven a freir hasta que estén tostados.