Recipe by BrotherAdso
Bright golden and orange and bursting with flavor, these make an excellent and unusual thanksgiving side dish -- also, they're a quite healthy addition to the indulgent spread! Very high in potassium, vitamin C, vitamin A, and fiber
- 2 large ripe plantains (yellow-spotted or full-black ripeness)
- 2 medium yams (bright golden yams are best) or 2 medium sweet potatoes (bright golden yams are best)
- sea salt
- 2 -6 tablespoons olive oil or 2 -6 tablespoons cooking spray
Directions See How It's Made
- Wash the sweet potatoes. Pierce the peel in 6-8 places, place both in microwave and nuke for 4-6 minutes, until partially cooked.
- While sweet potatoes are cooking, peel plantains and slice into medium rounds.
- Slice sweet potatoes into chunks. My preferred method it to quarter them and then chunk the quarters like a banana. Nice triangular pieces are good for presentation.
- Heat olive oil in a large skillet or nonstick frying pan.
- On medium to medium-high heat, fry sweet potato and plantain slices together, stirring and flipping to prevent sticking or burning.
- Grate sea salt over slices during frying process.
- Drain and shake onto serving plate. Best hot! Reheat well in oven or toaster oven after refrigeration, poorly in microwave.