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  1. Chloe says

    15/05/2013 at 7:28 pm

    In my spare time, I cook recipes from every nation. I was having trouble finding authentic ones from Sierra Leone, until I came across your site. I made this dish along with your jollof rice recipe, and had a fabulous dinner! I’m going to refer my vegetarian sister to your website because I know she will love these two recipes. Thanks from Northern California!

  2. Nancy says

    01/01/2014 at 4:31 pm

    Your recipe sounds really good! I need to save your website. Where do I find Scotch bonnet chili, or is that a UK item? Thanks. Nancy

    • Lawrence says

      02/01/2014 at 3:18 am


      Scotch bonnet chilis are a type of chili like jalapeno or bell. You can usually find them in specialty grocery stores or even the larger high end ones, like Whole Foods or Wegmans.

  3. Sarah Jane says

    01/03/2014 at 11:20 pm

    I love veggie meals (even though I’m an omnivore!) so deffo want to try this. Question: I have never used plantain (always wanted to) so please could you give me any tips on buying/ cooking? I really want this to accompany the feast…

  4. Moi says

    09/06/2015 at 9:02 pm

    Hi Bintu, I really enjoyed reading this recipe. Truth be told my mouth was flooded but I think the actual term is mouth watering when you mentioned all the good stuff from Sierra Leone. Cant wait to see more of your S.Leonean dishes.

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  1. […] All across West Africa, fried plantains are served as snacks or starters and as a side dish to foods such as jollof rice, roast chicken or grilled fish. Sometimes they are served as the mains to mop up some peanut or bean stew. […]

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