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Ugandan Matoke (Spicy Green Banana Mash) By Sanjana

Ugandan Matoke (Spicy Green Banana Mash) By Sanjana

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Ugandan Matoke (Spicy Green Banana Mash) By Sanjana
Yields4 Servings
Prep Time20 minsCook Time30 minsTotal Time50 mins

The word Matoke is originally from the Ugandans of the Lake Victoria region. It refers to the cooked green bananas. This plantain grows in Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Kenya among others. Apparently, Uganda is the second-largest producer of bananas after India and you can bet that Ugandans eat about a kg of banana per day. This makes it a staple food.

 10 Matoke small green bananas 300g
 125 g salted butter or vegan butter
 2 large onions chopped
 8 cloves garlic
 2 green chillies
 1 tin chopped tomatoes
 1 tbsp concentrated tomato purée
  Chapos East African Layered Chapattis, to serve

Ingredients

 10 Matoke small green bananas 300g
 125 g salted butter or vegan butter
 2 large onions chopped
 8 cloves garlic
 2 green chillies
 1 tin chopped tomatoes
 1 tbsp concentrated tomato purée
  Chapos East African Layered Chapattis, to serve
Ugandan Matoke (Spicy Green Banana Mash) By Sanjana
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