Recent Examples of tostone from the Web
Among the new options from Executive Chef Hector Colon are empanadilla loca (a pizza empanada with cheese, beef, mayo-ketchup, lettuce and tomato), mofongo with carne frita, pincho con tostones, bacalaítos and other items.
There were also long tin trays of tostones and empanadas, and plastic jugs of red and green salsa.
The menu includes roast pork (pernil), friend plantains (tostones), salt cod (bacalao), coconut panna cotta (tembleque) and other Latin American dishes.
August’s menu is an island theme featuring ahi tuna, tostones with pineapple salsa, halibut with ginger sauce, jerk crab cakes and seared scallops, and bananas foster crepes with rum pudding.
Order some shareable appetizers including savory bocaditos or tuna tartare and avocado served with tostones.
The green ones used in traditional Mofongo also can be fried to make tostones, which taste a lot like potato chips and are a common side dish in Caribbean cuisine.
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Origin and Etymology of tostone
First Known Use: 1964See Words from the same year
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