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Tajadas are a dish of fried plantains that are sliced long.[1] It is a food of Caribbean countries as well as Nicaragua, Colombia, Honduras, Panama, and Venezuela.

Preparation[change | change source]

The plantains used are usually ripe.

Variations[change | change source]

Colombia[change | change source]

Tajadas is a very common dish that is usually served with meat, white rice, and beans.

Costa Rica[change | change source]

Tajadas are served with gallo pinto or casados. It can also be eaten with natilla and queso blanco on top.

Venezuala[change | change source]

Pabellon criollo with caraotas fritas, tajadas, cheese, and rice with a fried egg on top.

Tajadas is served in a traditional dish known as pabellon criollo.

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References[change | change source]

  1. Tajada Archived 2017-01-01 at the Wayback Machine About.com