Nigerian Fried Plantain and Eggs (Dodo ati Eyin Dindin)

nigerian fried plantain with eggs
Nigerian Fried Plantains and Eggs
Nigerian Fried Plantains and eggs is one easy meal you'll love if you are short of time, but want a palatable meal in less than 15 minutes.

It's so easy to make that you'll want to have it each day *wink*



nigerian fried plantain and eggs
nigerian fried plantain and eggsNigerian Fried Plantain and Eggs ingredients:
 2 ripe plantains                    
  3 eggs
1 fresh tomato
pepper to taste
A small onion bulb
seasoning (as you prefer)
salt to taste                      
Vegetable oil for frying


Cooking Directions for  Nigerian Fried Plantain and Eggs :

1. Cut off the top and bottom of the plantain. Make a shallow cut on the side and peel of the skin from that point.


nigerian fried plantain and eggs

2.Next, cut the plantains to any shape of choice.You can sprinkle some salt on the plantain if you like salted plantains.
nigerian fried plantain and eggs

nigerian fried plantain and eggs

nigerian fried plantain and eggs
nigerian fried plantain and eggs

3. Heat up the oil and fry the plantains until brown.


nigerian fried plantain and eggs

nigerian fried plantain and eggs

nigerian fried plantain and eggs
nigerian fried plantain and eggs

nigerian fried plantain and eggs

4. Now chop the onions, tomato and pepper(to taste).

nigerian fried plantain and eggs 
5. Break the eggs,add salt to taste and whisk until double in size.
nigerian fried plantain and eggs

 
 6. Heat up a little oil on the pan; add the tomato, onions and pepper; stir fry for some seconds  and add any seasoning of choice(I like using a  little stock cube).


7.Next , add the whisked eggs and leave to cook for some seconds. Then turn it over , so that the other side will cook as well. nigerian fried plantain and eggs


  8. Now the eggs are ready to be served  with the fried plantains. ENJOY!

nigerian fried plantain and eggs



 

 

By Nky Lily Lete

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