Mmm, fried plantain...
here in Brazil we have fried bananas, also sold in packages... it seems potato chips and.. Yuum!! it's delicious =)
Another type of fried banana I used to eat a lot is not crunchy, it's soft.
We eat that with lunch, among rice and beans.
Dominicans eat that too, also with rice, beans & meat. They are fried ripe plantains. Very delicious
Platanossss! Ja ja.
Eso mismo! Pero yo prefiero tostones. Ja ja,
Really, I just have a banana tree and i just eat them fried
Literally fried bananas? Not fried plantains sold in packages? I have had fried green & ripe fried plantains (at home and in packages) but never fried bananas.
Yes, we have fried banana chips! They are delicious!! =) but you can also make them at home in different ways ;)
How about: "I fry a couple of bananas".
Eu frito um par de bananas. Penso que é certo! :D
So, why use duas instead of dois? They both mean two, right?
Duas is feminine, to match bananas. Dois is masculine.
I answered with "I fried two bananas" and it says I am wrong. Is that only because this was under the "Present 3" lesson and not under a past tense lesson?
I fried = eu fritei
Could I say Eu frito dois bananas?
No. Use "duas" for feminine nouns.
Don't they mean plantain? Is there a difference? I eat plantains all the time with almost every meal, perks of being Hispanic, haha, but I don't think I've heard of fried banana.
If you ever have some bananas that you forgot about and got old and gross, just try frying them. They taste good
I might just try that! Obrigada :)
Cut them across about 1/2 inch thick and gently fry both sides until light golden. Then remove from the pan and "smash" them down to about half original height and fry again on both sides. Voilá.. tostones or patacones.