VIRANGA O MAZAMORRA DE PLÁTANO MADURO (COLOMBIAN RIPE PLANTAIN PORRIDGE)

VIRANGA O MAZAMORRA DE PLÁTANO MADURO (COLOMBIAN RIPE PLATAIN PORRIDGE)


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Porridge made from rice, ripe plantain, milk, sugar and optionally flavored with coconut or cinnamon.

This recipe is not a pre-Hispanic preparation because rice and plantain are Asian origin crop and were introduced to the American continent by the Spanish colonists. The plantain is an Asian crop introduced to Spain by African slaves from there brought to America for supply them. The rice as plantain is from Asian origin introduced to the European continent by the Arabs and soon the Spanish settlers brought it to America, on the other hand, Indians have already prepared similar dishes as "mazamorra" with corn and/or legumes before settlers' arrival but named differently.

The ideal for this recipe it gets a  very ripe plantain to recognize the perfect one the appearance of the shell will be dark black and fruit emanates a  sweet fragrance, avoid plantains with dark shell and musty smell.
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INGREDIENTS

-Ripe plantain
-1/4 cup of rice
-500ml  of milk
-Water
-Sugar to taste

INSTRUCTIONS:

1.Bring to boil plantain and rice adding sufficient water to cover them completely.

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2.Cook until plantains and rice absorb water and are tender.

3.Remove the saucepan from the heat, beat the plantain with a manual whisk until smooth and creamy.

4.Add the milk sugar and the pinch of salt.

5.Return the preparation to heat and cook until thick.

6.Serve in a cup and decorate to taste.
VIRANGA O MAZAMORRA DE PLÁTANO MADURO (COLOMBIAN RIPE PLANTAIN PORRIDGE) VIRANGA O MAZAMORRA DE PLÁTANO MADURO (COLOMBIAN RIPE PLANTAIN PORRIDGE) Reviewed by CHORI AGAMEZ on 7:42 AM Rating: 5

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