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Plat du Jour: Capitainne à la Bamakoise

Capitainne Poisson, banane, citron FCFA 4,300 (Euro 6.56) Alocos FCFA 1,000 (Euro 1.53)
Capitainne Poisson, banane, citron FCFA 4,300 (Euro 6.56) Alocos FCFA 1,000 (Euro 1.53)

Dish: Fried fillet of Capitan Fish, banana, citron and fried banana

Venue: Hotel Independance

Location: Segou (Route de Mopti), Mali

 

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6 thoughts on “Plat du Jour: Capitainne à la Bamakoise

  1. Dear Tobyz7

    Thats is tomato but what I refered as citron is what look yellowish green on the top RHS. Citron is must but not tomato as its can be substituted with other vegetables.

    Thanks

  2. Something red at the top of the plate looks like ‘tomato’. Is that possibly what you’re calling ‘citron’?

  3. Dear Pak Mat

    Over here banana is one of staple foods. Banana like ‘pisang tanduk’ is so good when its fried.
    Thanks for your comment

  4. ..salam mamadou..only here, we do not, generally, take bananas with fried chicken..sometimes we take them with a lil bit of brown sugar..love the title of your blog..all the possibilities..thank you for visiting mine..I just wondered, how on earth did you stumbled upon it…cheers..

  5. Dear JournoDownUnder

    That’s is special dish of Bamakoise. Its taste really good. I only found that this restaurant serves the best of this dish. Banana? I also not have good knowledge but I believe its available in Southeast Asia too
    Thanks for your comment

  6. That looks like a very peculiar dish. How does it taste? Sweet? Sour? Salty? What type of banana is used? I’m afraid my knowledge of bananas is rather limited as we don’t have many varieties here.

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