Surinamese snacks

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2 tasty fried Surinamese snacks: cassava chips and banana fries

Ingredients cassava chips:

sunflower oil
Fresh cassava (at the shop)
salty

Preparation

We recommend using fresh cassava, which you can usually get at the toko. Cassava is a type of potato, very similar to this taste, only slightly sweeter and firmer in texture. Cut the cassava into thin slices. Try to cut them no thicker than half an inch. Place a layer of sunflower oil in a pan on high heat and fry the cassava chips in it. They are ready when they turn brown and feel crispy. When they are done, remove them from the pan, drain and sprinkle with salt. Then they are ready to serve.
Ingredients banana fries
sunflower oil
plantains
Salt and pepper

Preparation

Cut the bananas in thirds, then in quarters again. You will then get pieces of about 5 cm by 1 cm, a good size for tasty chips. Put a small layer of sunflower oil in the pan so that the banana fries are well in the oil. Fry the bananas until they get a nice brown color. Let them drain for a while and sprinkle them with salt and a little pepper.
Both dishes are delicious as a snack, but can also be served as a side dish at an extensive Surinamese table.

Source: Leukerecepten by leukerecepten-nl.
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