Aborrajado is a dish of deep fried plantains stuffed with cheese in Colombian cuisine. In general, an aborrajado means that the cheese-filled plantain is dipped in batter and deep-fried (giving it its name, which means "battered"), although baked or grilled plantains stuffed with cheese and without the batter deep-fry are also common. Guava paste, known as bocadillo in Colombia, is also sometimes included as part of the filling.
|Place of origin||Colombia|
|Region or state||South America|
|Main ingredients||Plantains, cheese, eggs, flour, sugar, milk|
- Erica Dinho. "Aborrajados de Plátano (Ripe Plantain Fritters)". mycolombianrecipes.com. Retrieved 28 February 2015.
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