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    This is a tasty way of making crab meat. It can be served as an appetizer or as a main dish. Better when served along with fried green plantains.

    Recipe #220070

    This blend of fresh veggies is a must have in Puertorican cuisine. I make it every 2 months and freeze what I wont use. It can be added to stews, rice, beans, soups etc. Everyone makes it different, I choose not to add cilantro, that way I can use it in all my dishes without giving them all a puertorican taste. All ingredients are up to taste, you can add more or less as you prefer.

    Recipe #218146

    This is a typical Puerto Rican Christmas dish. When seasoned and cooked the right way is amazingly tasty.

    Recipe #217602

    My grandpa, who was the owner of a small market in town, came up with this recipe several years ago. People still come up to me and tell me how much they miss GPa's empanadas.

    Recipe #220128

    Green bananas are commonly used in Puerto Rican cuisine. Remember, green bananas and plantains are a different thing. This is another tasty way of preparing them.

    Recipe #220063

    This is my favorite stew. Back home it is served with grainy, yummy white rice.

    Recipe #220068

    Another tasty puertorican recipe. This one also goes well with Mofongo or just tostones.

    Recipe #220780

    Very tasty way of using ripe plantains. This is one of my favorite dishes! Plantains need to be yellow and a little tender for this recipe. Plantains that have many dark spots and are very very tender should not be used.

    Recipe #220749

    This is a very tasty recipe. I had to adapt it a little, my hubby is a white boy from PA and is not used to latin food. Serve with red beans and ripe plantains.

    Recipe #220371

    Monfongo is made by mashing tostones (twice fried plantains) with garlic, olive oil, and chicarrones or bacon.

    Recipe #220266

    I found this one at a Puerto Rican website (El Boricua.com) when I was not able to get a hold of GMa to tell me how to make them. :) It makes the process way much simple than the traditional. Yummy yummy!

    Recipe #220264

    Just another way to give a kick to sweet potatoes. You can use orange or white sweet potatoes.

    Recipe #220234

    I got this recipe from a puertorican cookbook that Gma got for me when I got married. Really good cake. Requires aquired taste for mushy wet cakes.

    Recipe #220311

    This garlicky tasty sauce can be poured over seafood, meats and also as a dip for tostones (plantain fritters). I found it online at ricanrecipes.com.

    Recipe #220888

    This is a very classic Puerto Rican dish. It is mostly served with Arroz con gandules. I found this recipe on one of my Puerto Rican cook books and it was adapted to fit Gma's recipe.

    Recipe #230179

    Arepas bring childhood memories... they are so extremely good. They can be served as a side dish or just as an appetizer.

    Recipe #226664

    This veggie is grown in Puerto Rico and other places of the caribbean and South America it is also known as Casava(e). When seasoned well it can be a real pleasure to eat it.

    Recipe #226663

    This is a favorite back home. Love this rice along with some churrasco steak!

    Recipe #226661

    This soup inclues rice, green pigeon peas, and shrimps. It is the perfect food for a cold day. Add some avocado slices and some warm bread... yum yum!

    Recipe #221543

    After so much trial and error I gave up trying to make this recipe just like Gma's. This is the one I use. I try to keep it as "low-fat" possible by not adding bacon or sausage like other recipes call for.

    Recipe #221549

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