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Mofongo is a Dominican dish with fried plantains as its main ingredient. Plantains are picked green and fried then mashed with salt, garlic and oil in a wooden pilon, a kitchen device also known as mortar and pestle.  The object is to produce a tight ball of mashed plantains that would absorb the attending condiments and have either pork cracklings (Chicharron) or bits of chicken inside. Most dressings and mixtures include broth, garlic and olive oil. It is traditionally served with fried meat and  chicken broth soup.

– Rhyan M.

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