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How to Make Plantain Appetizers - What's Cooking?

In this episode of "What's Cooking?" Michael travels to St. Louis where Allrecipes home cook, Nelly, teaches us how to make Plantain Appetizers! Nelly prepares four Puerto Rican appetizers using the humble plantain. She begins with tostones rellenos stuffed with picadillo (seasoned ground beef) and cheese. These are great as a side dish or appetizer! Aranitas (little spiders) come out crunchy and look so pretty on the plate. Remember to season them as soon as they come out of the oil. Mofongo might not look like much, but it sure is tasty. Made of mashed green plantains with garlic, olive oil, and pork rinds (or bacon), Mofongo goes well with chicken or fish broth and can be stuffed with garlic shrimp, carne frita, or octopus salad. It can also be formed into small balls and dropped in soups or served directly in a mortar. This is sure to become one of your guilty pleasures! And finally, she makes quick, easy, and delicious shrimp served over white rice or mofongo. Get Nelly's recipe for Stuffed Plantain Cups @ http://allrecipes.com/recipe/tostones-rellenos-stuffed-plantain-cups/detail.aspx Allrecipes.com "What's Cooking?" is an original web series created to highlight the cooks who have contributed the most-loved content on Allrecipes. In each webisode, an Allrecipes' home cook shares the tips, tricks, and stories behind their amazing dishes. Allrecipes believes it is these home cooks who should be the food celebrities of the world...the ones who cook every day for family and friends out of love and passion (or sometimes just hunger!). Join our host Michael as he explores the kitchens of home cooks around the country in this exciting series. Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Allrecipes Twitter @Allrecipesvideo Pinterest http://pinterest.com/allrecipes/
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