Mitchel Gentallan

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Plantains look like bananas, but they're much starchier, and therefore do a terrific job of filling in for potatoes (even if they aren’t as crunchy as chips). They're often fried and served alongside Caribbean food, but this recipe from Elizabeth Gordon, author of Simply Allergy-Free, has you wrap them in aluminum foil and bake them, toss them with margarine and salt, and slice them for an irresistible side.

Plantains look like bananas, but they're much starchier, and therefore do a terrific job of filling in for potatoes (even if they aren’t as crunchy as chips). They're often fried and served alongside Caribbean food, but this recipe from Elizabeth Gordon, author of Simply Allergy-Free, has you wrap them in aluminum foil and bake them, toss them with margarine and salt, and slice them for an irresistible side.

Find the recipe for Grilled Ripe Plantains (<em>Plátanos Maduros a la Parrilla</em>) and other tropical fruit recipes at Epicurious.com

Find the recipe for Grilled Ripe Plantains (<em>Plátanos Maduros a la Parrilla</em>) and other tropical fruit recipes at Epicurious.com