What do Spanish people call plantains?
|Tostones being cooked|
|Region or state||Puerto Rico|
|Main ingredients||Unripe plantains, oil|
|Ingredients generally used||Salt, other seasonings|
How do you say banana in Peru?
‘Plátano’ is the main Spanish term for the banana fruit in Mexico, Chile, Peru, Spain, and parts of Cuba.
How do Dominicans say plantain?
Plátano in the DR is plantain, and banana is guineo.
What country eats plantains?
Fried plantain is a dish cooked wherever plantains grow, from West Africa to East Africa as well as Central and South America and the Caribbean countries like Haiti to Cuba and in many parts of Southeast Asia, where fried snacks are widely popular. In Indonesia it is called gorengan.
Where do they say Cambur?
cambur – used in Venezuela to refer to a similar fruit to bananas.
Are Dominicans called Platanos?
Plátanos – Spanish for the word plantains is a Caribbean staple, but we, Dominicans idolize our plátanos. A typical Dominican breakfast consists of mashed plátanos for mangu served with fried eggs, salami and longaniza (Dominican sausage).