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

Instructions and Help about Which Form 8815 Rico

Hi and welcome back to my channel, sweets and beyond. Today, we're going to be making authentic Puerto Rican mofongo. Mofongo is a traditional dish made in a lot of restaurants in Puerto Rico. It is the easiest thing to make. We start with plantains, garlic, salt, pepper, olive oil, canola oil for frying, and a mortar and pestle or a pillow. So let's get started. Now we're going to start with the plantains. This is a plantain. Oh, this is a banana. The difference is this can be raw, this cannot. Okay, so what we're going to do is we're going to take a plantain and if you see it has seams or sort of ridges, if you can see them, so you're going to score it, not going in too deep in those seams. Okay, you scored it already, so now we're going to cut the ends off and with a small knife, you're going to push the skin off of the actual plantain. Once you start peeling it off, you can easily do it with your hands. If you get a little stuck, you just go again with your knife, pull it apart, and it'll go. There is a difference between a plantain and a green banana too because in Puerto Rican cooking, we also use green bananas. Green bananas, we boil them and they will look just like this but totally green, and they wouldn't be soft, they will be hard. So we continue to peel our plantain. You just put your knife in here. I already did one. This is just water and some salt. The water should taste a little bit salty and we're going to soak our plantains for 15 minutes before frying them. The process is we will cut them up into 1-inch...