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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing When Form 8815 Rico

Instructions and Help about When Form 8815 Rico

Hi, welcome back to Sweets and Beyond. My name is Ida and today I'm going to be showing you how to make an all-time classic Puerto Rican fritter. I've got all the ingredients ready. We're going to be using green plantains, gel TIA, salt, sazon (seasoning), and picadillo (ground beef filling). I'll provide a link on how to make the picadillo. To start, be careful because the green plantains and gel TIA will stain your hands. I recommend wearing gloves. Peel the plantains and gel TIA, following the ridges. Be sure to cover your cutting board with plastic wrap to avoid staining. After peeling, place the plantains and gel TIA in salted water bowl. Cut the banana into small pieces, as it's easier to peel them this way. Now, let's process the plantains and gel TIA. Use a food processor to make them smooth. It's better to process them in little batches. If you find any chunks, just put them back in the food processor and process them again. Once processed, add salt and mix well. Some people add annatto seed oil, but I prefer using sazon. Mix everything together and let it sit in the fridge for at least 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, we can proceed to make the fritters.