Posts Tagged ‘haricot beans’

PLANTAIN SERVED WITH CHOW CHOW SALSA

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

Plantain and chow chow/tomatoes salsa

Plantain and chow chow/tomatoes salsa

Chow Chow

Chow Chow

Ingredients:

1 Chow chow, peeled and cubed

2 garlic cloves crushed

3 large tomatoes, skinned and chopped

75 gr basil,chopped (divide into 2 portions – cooking and garnishing)

1 medium red onion peeled and chopped

½tsp crushed chilli (optional)

2tbsp olive or vegetable oil

2tbsp lime juice

Salt and crushed black pepper

Heat oil in saucepan and add the cubed chow chow for 5 mins. Now add the remainder of the ingredients, stirring intermitently until all the components have fused together for about 10mins. Season to taste. Garnish with the remainder of the basil. Serve in ramekins separately from the plantain.

Plantain:

2 Ripe but firm plantains. Peel and cut plantain into wedges. Heat oil in pan, add the wedges, turn down  heat to medium and cook until golden brown. Use cooking paper to absorb the oil and serve.

Happy eating!

PS: Don’t discard the seeds in the chow chow, use it as it gives it a crunchy texture!

Tags: , , ,
Posted in General, Main Courses - Vegetarian, Recipes, Vegetables | 1 Comment »