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Plantain: Quiz

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Question 1: The chips are typically labeled "plantain chips" when they are made of green plantains that taste starchy like ________.
Potato chipFrench friesUnited StatesLay's

Question 2: In the ________, the plantain flower is typically eaten raw in vermicelli soups.
Cambodian cuisineVietnamese cuisineLao cuisineThai cuisine

Question 3: In ________ these slices are referred to as "bannan fris".
Tortuga (Haiti)Cap-HaïtienHaitiPort-au-Prince

Question 4:
What is the binomial of Plantain?
Leucanthemum x superbum
Musa x paradisiaca
Aesculus x carnea
Gaillardia x grandiflora

Question 5:
What genus does Plantain belong to?
Psychotria
Musa
Aplocheilichthys
Parvicincia

Question 6:
What kind of animal is a Plantain?

Question 7: Originated in Puerto Rico and popular in the ________, and essentially akin to the Cuban fufu, mofongo is made by mashing tostones in a mortar or food processor with little olive oil & stock.
HaitiNicaraguaDominican RepublicMexico

Question 8: In ________, plantain is eaten boiled, fried or roasted; roasted plantain, called "booli", is usually eaten with palm oil or groundnut.
SudanNigeriaSierra LeoneKenya

Question 9: ________'s ash plantains (called "Alu Kesel") are generally used for cooking.
Sri LankaMaldivesPakistanMalaysia

Question 10: Plantains are a staple food in the tropical regions of the world, treated in much the same way as ________ and with a similar neutral flavour and texture when the unripe fruit is cooked by steaming, boiling or frying.
PotatoGarlicMaizeRice







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