Mangu (Dominican Mashed Green Plaintains)

Mangu (Dominican Mashed Green Plaintains)

This tasty mangu (Dominican mashed green plantains) is a creamy, rich side dish made with just 4 ingredients that can be enjoyed with a variety of things! Often served with fried cheese, bacon, and eggs, mangu is so versatile it can also make a wonderful main course or side dish!

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