Mangu con Salami ( Plantains & Salami)

Mangu con Salami Recipe Below. Enjoy!

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Ingredients

-3 Plantains
-Salchichon induveca(salami)
-1/2 Cup of cooking oil
-Half of an onion
-1/3 Cup of vinegar
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Salchichon induveca can be found in Hispanic super markets. If you can’t find this type of salami, feel free to use another kind
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Start by filling a pot with water and heat pot on high
Add a table spoon of salt ( optional) and bring to a boil on high
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While the water starts to boil, get a plantain and cut down the middle, like this
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From the slit, peal back the outer skin of the plantain

IMG_1529Cut the plantain in half
And cut the half into another half, proceed to do the same thing to the other 2 plantains
They should look like this
After the water starts to boil, place plantains in the pot. Leave on medium until the plantains start to soften
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While the plantains are cooking, cut the salami into slices
IMG_1540Heat up a pan with 1/2 cup of cooking oil, on medium heat
Fry until golden
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They should look like this
IMG_1547Now place stove on low, cook onions in the left over oil from the salami

Once you see the onions are cooked, pour 1/3 cup of vinegar and stir. Then let simmer for another minute and remove from heat

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Go back to the plantains and they should look like this! When you try to pick one up it should fall apart, which lets you know they are ready

IMG_1545Drain the plantains
Place plantains back in the pot and pour the onions with vinegar into the pot
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Pick a utensil that’s most convenient to start to smash the plantains and mix
IMG_1551It should look like this
IMG_1554Serve with the cooked salami. This is a fast breakfast meal! Mangu Con Salami, enjoy:)
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