Tostones rellenos ( Stuffed fried plantain). Plantains are gently fried, then smashed and shaped into cups and fried again. The crispy cups are then filled seasoned beef and topped with cheese The filling for tostones rellenos can vary greatly: ceviche, octopus salad, pico de gallo, salsa, garlic shrimp, etc. Today I made for you my version of tostones rellenos or fried plantains stuffed with shrimp.
Divida la mezcla de camarones, entre los tostones calientes para rellenar. Adiciona cilantro por encima y sirva inmediatamente. The plantains had been shaped in a bowl like small cup with the shrimp cooked in a wonderful sauce placed inside the little well in the plantain. You can cook Tostones rellenos ( Stuffed fried plantain) using 9 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Tostones rellenos ( Stuffed fried plantain)
- You need 1 of plantain.
- It’s 1 of tomato.
- You need 1 bunch of cilantro.
- You need 1 of onion.
- It’s 1 of lime.
- You need 1 of salt.
- You need 1 of pepper.
- You need 1 of canola oil.
- Prepare 1 of green pepper.
They have both presses one for the regular Cuban tostones or the small cup like shaped press to make your fried plantains in the shape of small cups. inch Frying four tostones at a time, enough Oil to cover the. cup A Green Plantain Toston Relleno molder. I prefer the Tostobueno, the Ultimate T. It's no secret what was happening. We had suddenly made fried green plantains accessible to the eating public.
Tostones rellenos ( Stuffed fried plantain) step by step
- heat canola oil on deep pan.
- peel green plantain cut into 6 equal pieces.
- when oil is hot put the plantain pot for 7 min then remove.
- with a tostonera make the cups and put plantain in to fry for 5 minutes more.
- take the remaining ingredients and put into the food processor.
Photo of Tostones Rellenos, Stuffed Green Plantain Cups. Tostones Rellenos con Camarones Fried Plantains stuffed with. Tostones Rellenos de Camarones (Plantains Stuffed with Shrimp). Use a "tostonera," or plantain press, to mash them down. Recipe courtesy of Raul Gonzalez Jr.