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how to make tres golpes (dominican breakfast bowl with mashed plantains)
One of the most famous Dominican meals: Tres Golpes. A delicious bowl with mashed plantains, fried eggs, fried cheese, and fried Dominican salami. Today I’m showing you how to make Tres Golpes (Dominican breakfast bowl with mashed plantains) but a much healthier version than the traditional Tres Golpes, but still as delicious as the original one.