Plantain and Beans
By The Whinery 2.0 on May 28, 2014
Plantain and beans; it sounds so exotic now, almost foreign, yet it used to be my favourite food not too long ago. This beloved Ghanaian food of fried plantains and stewed beans holds a special place in my heart – sold by street vendors and a staple in homes, it’s one of the few meals I actually looked forward to eating when I was a child. A dish so good it’s named twice – we call it ‘red red’, for the red palm oil and tomatoes that turns the bean stew red, and the golden red hue of the plantains when fried, or in this case, baked. . . .
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