Tatale (Ghana Spicy Plantain Fritters) from Food.com: From "Aromas from Ghana Cookbook" by Cynthia Agbozo. These fritters are spiked with ginger, red onion and Scotch Bonnet Chilies. They can be served with peanuts as a snack or along side an african stew.
Kelewele (Ghana). 'Ripe plantain is sliced into long strips, tossed with salt, ginger and fresh chilli, then deep-fried in vegetable oil, maybe over a charcoal stove. It’s served up in a square of newspaper as an evening or after-dinner treat. The plantain tends to curl up in the pot, making little spirals of greasy delight.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/ghana