This is a recipe for banana preserves from a Cuban cooking blog. I've not made these, so don't know how they'll set up, but the combination of bananas, lemon, and orange sound divine! The blog is in Spanish so I had to convert measurements as best I could. The recipe calls for bananos (bananas), but you can also use plantains for a completely different flavor (see note).
I am a Mojito fanatic, but it wasn't until my brother made me one that I knew what Mojito perfection was!!! You might laugh at my recipe, but it works every time, regardless of the size of the mint and/or lime.
This is my favorite fish recipe. The combination of ginger and the cilantro is to die for. Just add some white rice and a rum punch and you'll think you're on a Caribbean vacation! Although the recipe says Sea Bass, you can use any mild flavored fish and have excellent results. I've tried this with grouper, snapper, mahi-mahi and cod. The recipe calls for 4 hours or marinating time, but I often only have about an hour - and it tastes great just the same!
The recipe is from La Jolla Cooks, a fundraising cookbook for La Jolla Country Day School