Alloco Fish/chicken

Alloco, typicial food in Côte d'Ivoire. Also called dodo in Nigeria, makemba in the Democratic Republic of Congo and kelewele in Ghana. It is a popular West African snack made from fried plantain.

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Servings: 10

Prep Time: 00:30

Cook Time: 01:10

Main Ingredients

1/2 kg plantain

palm oil



tomatoes chopped

onion chopped

fresh peppers chopped



ground black pepper


1Peel each plantain then cut it as your preference, small-big or long. In a bowl, put them, add a bit of onion and salt on it for the taste.

2Heat oil in a pan over medium-heat, add the plantain to fry it (Once it's a bit red, you can take it off).

3In a dish, put some paper when you can set aside the fried plantains. Do the same steps until you fried all the bowl.

4As your preference, you can fry chicken or fish as a complement to you snack.

5(Me, I pretty like chicken by the way)

6Then, use a saucepan. Heat some oil, add the tomatoes chopped, the rest of onion chopped, the fresh peppers. Fry all of them together, then add the spices for the taste: salt, maggi and ground black pepper.

7Once everything is each set aside, your snack can be served to your guesses or your family. Bon Apetit!

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