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Mangú Tres Golpes (Dominican Breakfast)

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Mangú Tres Golpes, the best known and most representative dish of the Dominican Republic. In this classic recipe, you will enjoy beautifully mashed green plantains, fried salami (we call it salchichón too), fried eggs, fried cheese and a delicious onion garnish. A dish to die for!
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Mangú Tres Golpes, the best known and most representative dish of the Dominican Republic. In this classic recipe, you will enjoy beautifully mashed green plantains, fried salami (we call it salchichón too), fried eggs, fried cheese and a delicious onion garnish. A dish to die for!
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55min
Total Time
$6.21
Cost Per Serving

Ingredients

Servings
4
US / METRIC

Mangú

4
Plantains
1 tsp
2 Tbsp
Corn Oil
I used Mazola Corn Oil

Sides

1 pckg
Queso de Freir
1 lb
Salchichón
as needed
Corn Oil
for frying
or I used Mazola Corn Oil

Onion Garnish

1
Red Onion , thinly sliced
1/4 cup
Corn Oil
1 Tbsp
White Wine Vinegar
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Nutrition Per Serving

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CALORIES
1060
FAT
84.8 g
PROTEIN
44.9 g
CARBS
32.4 g

Author's Notes

This is the order in which I recommend you make this recipe: Heat your oven to “warm” or 180 degrees C (350 degrees F). Start with peeling the plantains and begin to boil over medium/high heat. While the plantains cook, slice the salami and the cheese. Place eggs in a small bowl, individually. Slice the onions and place them in a bowl. Add the oil and the vinegar. Start heating in the microwave. At this point, the plantains should be about halfway cooked. Fry the cheese and place in the warm oven until serving. Fry the salami and place in the warm oven until serving. Mash the plantains, cover, and set aside. Fry the eggs.

Cooking Instructions

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Step 1
Peel the Plantains (4) and cut into 4 pieces. I like to cut length in half and slice in half, making it 4 pieces.
Step 2
Boil the plantains in water with Salt (1 tsp) until they are very tender.
Step 3
When tender mash them with a fork until they are smooth. Add cooking water as needed to keep the plantains moist. Once smooth, add Corn Oil (2 Tbsp) and mix further.
Step 4
Heat Corn Oil (1/4 cup) in a skillet. Add Red Onion (1) and stir until they become translucent or reach desired tenderness. Add White Wine Vinegar (1 Tbsp) , and stir well. You can also place all the ingredients in a small bowl and heat in the microwave for 3 minutes or until desired tenderness. Stir a bit every minute.
Step 5
Slice the Queso de Freir (1 pckg) . Add flour to a paper plate and lightly cover each slice of cheese. In a skillet, add Corn Oil (as needed) and fry over medium heat until golden. Keep warm in the oven.
Step 6
Slice the Salchichón (1 lb) . In a clean skillet, add Corn Oil (to taste) and fry the slices over medium heat until golden. Keep warm in the oven.
Step 7
In a clean skillet, add a generous splash of Corn Oil (to taste) , fry the Eggs (4) one at a time. (Do this right before you plan to eat).
Step 8
Serve the mangú, place cheese, salami and eggs around the mangu and pour desired amount of onion garnish over the dish.

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Nutrition Per Serving
Calories
1060
% Daily Value*
Fat
84.8 g
109%
Saturated Fat
27.2 g
136%
Trans Fat
0.1 g
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Cholesterol
321.8 mg
107%
Carbohydrates
32.4 g
12%
Fiber
2.3 g
8%
Sugars
19.8 g
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Protein
44.9 g
90%
Sodium
3354.3 mg
146%
Vitamin D
2.9 µg
14%
Calcium
455.2 mg
35%
Iron
3.4 mg
19%
Potassium
924.4 mg
20%
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