Authentic Mofongo with avocado and mayo ketchup. Hi and welcome to my channel. This part of the series of Authentic Puerto RIcan cooking. With only a few ingredients, you have a yummy.
What might have started out as just a crazy health food fad has suddenly gone mainstream. As someone who loves both avocados and mayonnaise, I'm honestly surprised it's taken me this long to get on board. But now that I'm hooked, there's no looking. You can cook Authentic Mofongo with avocado and mayo ketchup using 8 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Authentic Mofongo with avocado and mayo ketchup
- Prepare 3 of green plantains.
- It’s 4 of garlic cloves.
- It’s 1 of salt and pepper.
- Prepare 3 tbsp of olive oil.
- It’s 1 of ketchup.
- Prepare 1 of mayonnaise.
- You need 1 of avocado.
- Prepare 1 of a mortar.
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Authentic Mofongo with avocado and mayo ketchup step by step
- Peel your plantains and cut them into 1 inch pieces..
- Fry them on medium heat till they are cooked through and yellow..
- In your mortar add the garlic, salt pepper and olive oil. Start mashing all those ingredients together..
- Gradually start mashing the fried plantains with the mixture inside the mortar..
- Mash all the fried plantains and set it aside. Your mofongo is done!.
- Now squeeze some ketchup and mayonnaise together to create a pink sauce. Cut open your avocado and add it on top of your served mofongo and drizzle the pink sauce on top. Enjoy :).
Kind of misleading on the part of Kraft. I fell into the trap of advertising that alludes that this Avocado Oil Mayo is a healthy alternative to normal mayonnaise. Avocado is a derivative of the Spanish word aguacate, which in turn comes from the original Nahuatl (Aztec) word ahuacatl. Most avocados enjoyed in the U. Back to my quest, a reliable recipe for authentic guacamole.