Sweet and spicy are combined in one dish for an excellent meal.
*2 yellow plantains, ripe
*1 lb Meat (beef or turkey or diced chicken)
*1/2 cut diced onion
*1/2 jalapeno pepper
*1/2 Long Hot pepper
*1 Sweet pepper
*2 table spoon butter
*Garlic powder (or fresh crushed Garlic), about 2 teaspoons
*4 table spoons of diced tomato and juice
Peel the plantains by slicing off the tips of each end and then removing the skin. Be careful not to break the fruit apart. Make a small incision along the plantains and gently start to open it, be sure not to completely separate them so make the cut shallow.
Prepare a grilling surface and heat to medium. Put plantains on grill with the open side facing up. Add the butter in thin slices onto the plantains and sprinkle on cinnamon. Cook until the butter melts completely into the plantains. Turn over and cook for about an equivalent amount of time (took about 8 minutes for me but it will vary based on your grill/stove). On the other side sprinkle on brown sugar and make sure it caramelizes into the plantain. Flip over again and cook until the plantain crisps up. Do the same for the other side
In a frying pan or wok, coat in oil and heat to medium. Add in sliced onions and drizzle brown sugar over them. Cook until the onions are transparent and caramelized
Chop the peppers as fine as you can (again be careful using hot peppers, they can actually hurt if they get in your eyes). Add them, garlic and the ground meat of your choice into the pan. Stir and mix well.
Brown the meat while peroidically stiring it and mixing it with the onions and peppers. Add in the diced tomatoe. Season as you go with chili powder. Cook until brown.
Using a spoon dish the meat into the slit of the plantains. Serve over rice.