Original recipe yields 2 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie dietSee full nutrition
This is a very authentic Puertorrican Mofongo recipe. If you are not from PR will probably not know a few things: The mortar and pestle to be used is made of wood, look in the auction site for "...
Very good!!! I couldn't find the pork rinds so I crisped 3 bacon strips and ground them up. I also put about 1 tsp of butter in the mix together with the olive oil. YUMMMYYYYY
This is delicious but rather labor intensive. I don't know what sort of mortar & pestle the author of this recipe has, but I found the mashing of the garlic and plaintains difficult in my modes...
I'm Puertorican and I don't own a Puertorican pestle or mortal(pilon) and it is my second time making it. I just got creative and I used a deep round bowl with a small baking rolling pin and us...
The recipe was very easy to follow. It came out very tasty and tasted like home, Puerto Rico.
Been to PR 3 times and have eaten a lot of mofongo there. I tried to bake the plaintains to make this recipe healthier, although I still used a good bit of oil. I thought it was a little dry i...