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Chiquita® Plantains

Looks like fruit, eats like veggies
Looking a lot like over-sized bananas with thicker peels, Chiquita plantains are usually fried, grilled, or baked in much the same way that you prepare potatoes.
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When you have your favorite meat on the grill, add some Chiquita Plantains for a savory treat! They’re a great side dish.
 

Chiquita Plantains are a tasty substitute for traditional root vegetables such as carrots and turnips.

Green fruit, or fruit that is just turning yellow, is starchy like a sweet potato and is best fried. great for frying.

As the fruit turns yellow, the starch begins to convert to sugar. The slightly sweeter, softer yellow, or yellow-and-black plantain is ideal for use in casseroles, stews and fritters.

Dark brown / black Chiquita Plantains are the sweetest and are great for desserts. At this stage, they can also be simply peeled and eaten as is.

To ripen your plantains more quickly to best suit your favorite recipe, try storing them in a paper bag.

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