Fried Plantain Cups Stuffed with an Avocado Tomato Salad

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Jenn from Bread + Butter made me get a little nostalgic with her recipe/post. The first sauce I ever learned how to make was Mayoketchup. Yes, Mayoketchup. My mom just mixes 1 tbsp. mayo with 2 tbsp. ketchup then ta-da mayoketchup. It tastes like thousand island and when you mix it with other things it gives you a nice familiar taste, well for me anyway. She sent me this plantain cup maker “Platano Loco”, a few years ago so I decided to show you the awesomeness that is the “Platano Loco”. So freaking good.


1 plantain, sliced into 2 inch medallions then pressed into the “platano loco”. That’s a crazy plantain!
1/2 avocado, cut into large pieces
1 tomato, diced
Mayoketchup!!! 3 tbsp. total
Iberico Ham

Fry the plantains. Then mix the avocado, tomato, and mayoketchup together. Spoon the mayoketchup salad concotion over the plantain cup. Top with a little Iberico ham. Serve



4 thoughts on “Fried Plantain Cups Stuffed with an Avocado Tomato Salad

  1. I’m glad I was able to spark some nostalgia in you. =) I used to make something similar with the mayoketchup. The only time i made it was whenever i had a burger or hotdog. I’d literally mix the two before adding it on the meat.

    Btw, that plantain cup maker is awesome. I want one!!

    avocado and tomato rule!!

  2. In Utah, mayoketchup is “fry sauce” and they sell it in grocery stores on the salad dressing aisle. I like your name for it better. This looks wonderful, will you get me one of those plantain cup makers when you go to Puerto Rico?

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