In Nigeria DODO is Generic Name for Ripe Fried Plantain

Fried Dodo

Frying process is simple, skin peeled, cut to desired size and shape then fried in hot cooking oil: palm oil gives mamaput flavour! Salt can be added to the cut pieces to enhance taste and crispy finish. 

I wouldn't because salt destroys its natural taste. You don't need salt as it has natural sweet taste. Plantain when ripen from green to yellow starch content is converted to sugar hence the sweet taste.

When fried the converted sugar will caramelised the surface crispy, inside soft and sweet, simply yummilicous to eat.  

For SUPERB FLAVOUR add chunky onion in the frying oil! Dodo will taste divine.  


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