56 thoughts on “Incredible VEGAN PLANTAIN recipes

  1. 3 INCREDIBLE RECIPES IN ONE IN TODAYS VIDEO!!!!!! FULL WRITTEN RECIPES ON MY WEBSITE + YOU WILL FIND MY RESTAURANT NEWS & SIGNED COPIES OF MY COOK BOOKS <3 BIG LOVE GAZ AKA GAZADDB AKA PLANTAIN PAPI (watch the vid lol, inside joke) http://www.avantgardevegan.com

    1. Please , amo seus pratos !! As refeições que você prepara!!! I am from Brazil!!! Legends please !!!!

    2. He said you can’t peel green plantain with a knife

      YOU CAN PEEL GREEN UNRIPE PLANTAIN WITH A KNIFE I DID IT LOTS OF TIMES!!!!!

  2. hey awesome recipes, but for the green Plantains, just cut along the veins, skin is remove easily, I does it all the time.

  3. In Jamaica we call it turn plantain. So you have green, turn and ripe plantains. You can try that with calaloo guess you will say collard greens. It’s amazing

    1. Mawsah, collard greens nuh taste nuttin like callaloo. It similar cause it green, but nuttin nuh nice like callaloo.

    2. @Kellyann R lol 😂. You are so right. I was just trying to make a comparison though. Know yardie know calaloo but foreigners calls things by different name.😃

  4. I love plantain but I always cook them one way. Wait till they get very ripe then fry them

  5. Never ever in my life have I seen someone peel green plaintain with a peeler!!😱 We peel both ripe and young plaintain the exact same way. Take the top and bottom off and slice once down the length and remove the skin. Jamaica represent please.🇯🇲🇯🇲💚

  6. I don’t get this vegan thing. All the vegans I know say they made the switch for health &/or environmental reasons yet I see them eating a lot of heavily-processed, fake, fried, unhealthy foods. Others seem to have suddenly discovered vegetables and are now making up for not having eaten enough of them to this point. I really don’t care how other people choose to eat but being vegan has quickly become one of the latest status symbols or ways to signal one’s virtue, show how they’re ‘good’ people. That is becoming a bigger & bigger problem for us meat-eaters. Some people are so desperate to try to push their Vegan-ism agenda or ‘religion’ onto others, they try to trick meat fans, like me, into eating their fake foods &/or they try to tell us negative things about meat. That I can handle but what worries me is it will soon be harder to find meat & meat will be more expensive when they try to eliminate the industry. These virtue signaling types are so unhappy with their own lives and so intolerant of others it’s not enough that they follow their leaders and do what they’re told or influenced to do, they have this need to keep others from making our own choices. It’s like the people who are against fur. They attack those wearing fur, throwing paint on them. If you don’t want to do something fine but leave others out of it. We all get to make our own choices.

    I love plantains so I came here to get some ideas and I did so thanks. You’re video was interesting and fun to watch. I especially love all the houseplants but, don’t be offended, I will be trying these recipes using real meat & meat products.

  7. I only knew how to bake yellow plantions , but now I’ve been educated. Love the various choices. My mouth is so excited to make these recipes.

  8. “If you don’t like plantain…” who doesn’t like plantain to begin with 😋😌😍

  9. This gives me hope on the success of becoming vegan. My health depends on it as I now eat to live and plantains help me feel better. I was looking the health benefits and found him. I am glad and these recipes look amazing. I will attempt one at a time. Wish me luck.

  10. Can I substitute the vegan cheeses for regular or does cashew cheese have a particular taste to it?

  11. I think I’m in love, I’m from the Caribbean and we cook very similar to this with reference to peppers and green seasoning but when I saw this man use the eggplants I just fell in loveeeeeeeeeeeee

  12. Divine timing!🌈 oh my goodness I was just considering looking up wheat free pasta free alternatives to comfort foods and also ideas for making large meals to section out for the week💙🌺

  13. The best hearty, flavourful, palatable vegan lasagna! I will definitely make this again. Thanks Gaz! 😉👌💋

  14. I noticed he like plantain and porridge he should try our vegan plantain porridge (West Indian) my fav 😍 if he haven’t tried or made already 😅

  15. Gaz… to keep with the theme… the pastelon is not “spectacular” … it’s “rico!” Or “delicioso” 😋😛 I’m Puerto Rican and I can’t wait to try your recipe. One change I would make, though, is using our traditional “sofrito” which is a blend of peppers and herbs like aji dulce, cilantro, green bell pepper, cilantro (also called long coriander), garlic. My mouth is watering, just thinking about it. Plus! I would add Spanish Olives to the mince as well. 😋😛

  16. We do not have plantines in the Philippines.Thank you for sharing I may try it using the local babana such as The Saba.

  17. Aaaaww, Plantains!!! People in my country (Dominican Rep.) live on Plantains 👍🏻💞. I make a pie from plantains. Your lasagna looks delicious 😋!!! Tostones, Mangu, Pastelones… All from plantains! Thank you🥰

  18. My mom use to call these fritters “cucarachitas”. She made them, but with cilantro, garlic powder and salt. It’s such a Caribbean thing… Happy to see it though 💕👍🏻💞🥰Gracias!!!

  19. Not sure if anyone has already commented this but you should try to make a dominican dish called Yaroa! The omni version is mashed plantains, shredded chicken or ground beef, ketchup and mayo with a thick layer of mozzarella on top. I’m sure you can find a way to veganize it though. You impress me every time!

  20. I’m definitely trying the last one! I feel like i am the only person in Sweden who eats plantains. 😆

  21. i made the plantain lasagna and omfg!😭😭😭😭🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽i used behind meat “beef crumbles” (American-georgia) and this dish is sooooo hearty and filling!!!
    i calculated this to fit my calories and it came out to 636 per serving(4 servings)
    will be a go to for me

  22. Puerto Rico 🇵🇷 in the house!! Wepaaa! Love this version of pastelon 👌🏽 thank you for making it your own and not being afraid of being bombarded by the naysayers. I love your channel all the way 🙏🏽

  23. There is a technique to peel the green plaintain with a knife, we do it all the time,
    you need to find some Jamaican friends in England they will show you how.

  24. I follow many in the vegan community on YouTube, but you and your crew are truly my favorites! Amazing food, entertainment, and obvious fun with your crew! Love you all….. 🙂

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