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- Tajada "slices" is a dish of fried plantains that are sliced long. It is a typical food of Caribbean countries as well as Nicaragua, Colombia, Honduras...
- Piedratajada (Piedratallada or Pietallada), is a muni****lity located in the province of Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain. According to the 2004 census (INE), the...
- Venezuela and Central Colombia, fried ripened plantain slices are known as tajadas. They are customary in most typical meals, such as the Venezuelan pabellón...
- shredded beef in stew and stewed black beans. Common additions include tajadas (fried plantain slices) or a fried egg, and both of these variants have...
- Nicaragua include "quesillo", a thick tortilla with soft cheese and cream, "tajadas", deep-fried plantain chips, "maduros", sautéed ripe plantain, and "fresco"...
- (rice and beans), arroz blanco (white rice), carne asada (grilled meat), tajada frita (fried sliced green plaintain), platano frito (fried ripe plaintain)...
- alternative idiom in Spanish would be No se puede estar al plato y a las tajadas - You can't pay attention to the plate and to the slices. Argentina: La...
- of Treviso in Italy. It is supplied by the artificial canal known as the Tajada, flowing out of the lakes of Revine Lago, known as Lago and Santa Maria...
- PMC 6115757. PMID 30103489. Meseguer, Victor; Alpizar, Yeranddy A.; Luis, Enoch; Tajada, Sendoa; Denlinger, Bristol; Fajardo, Otto; Manenschijn, Jan-Albert; Fernández-Peña...
- and peas. Venezuela: These dishes may include fried plantains called "tajadas" as it is commonly found in many Venezuelan dishes: Pabellón Criollo: Made...
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