Join Venezuelan chef Fernanda Baena to create this under-the-radar street food which is known for being a great midnight snack after a night of partying! Less well-known than arepas, patacón were first made in Zulia state and eventually spread to the rest of the country. Using green plantain that is deep fried, smashed, deep fried again and topped with a delicious assortment of ingredients and another piece of crispy plantain, these tasty treats are sure to stave off any hangovers.
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