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    Whine & Cheese ZWT4 SA/CA

    South & Central American Recipes contributed by the Whine & Cheese Gang for ZWT4
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    8 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Just a little something to warm you up or calm you down

    Recipe #202388

    4 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Tropical flavors of coconut, pineapple, orange, and island rum combine for a four-ingredient wonder of sublime taste. Transform a favorite summer cocktail into a cool and refreshing dessert. The 8 hrs of "cooking" time is freezing time.

    Recipe #202861

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    I have no idea why this would be Brazilian but it sure sounds good!

    Recipe #229792

    7 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Chocolate coffee with a kick,

    Recipe #280875

    Found these while playing on the Internet and decided to give them a try soon. For the dulce de leche, you can either make your own (many good recipes on this site) or find it in a local market that has a good selection of Latin American products.

    Recipe #241578

    A salad from Costa Rica, I found this recipe while search for recipes that use some of the odd ingredients that have collected in my pantry. The result is a light crisp salad which is refreshing and not at all heavy. Hearts of palm taste a bit like artichoke hearts but have a touch more crunch like a water chestnut.

    Recipe #224816

    Posted in response to a request. Locro is a traditional recipe from Argentina which is a cross between a hearty stew and a cassoulet. This version combines firm white fish wih well cooked potatoes. (Cooking times are estimated.)

    Recipe #244510

    Native to South America, quinoa is rich in fiber, protein and other nutrients. This is a lovely variation on the more common rice pudding and is best served warm. The final product is firm and can be sliced. Top with your favorite fruit and this dessert makes for a terrific breakfast. Since I tend to not like my desserts very sweet, I usually make this with 2/3 cup sugar or a combination of sugar and Splenda. (For Core followers, you can make this Core bu skipping the currants and nuts, and replacing the sugar with Splenda. Add the Splenda towards the end to avoid the artificially sweetened taste.)

    Recipe #137505

    On a recent outing in NYC with some friends I met here on Recipezaar, we went out for Peruvian food where I fell in love with this dish. Naturally, looked for a recipe and this one appears close. Have not tried it yet but plan to soon.

    Recipe #187975

    This is more a technique than a recipe per se. However, if you love the taste of fried sweet plantains but don't want all the fat, this is the way to go. For those less familiar with plantains, they would best be described as a cooking banana. These pair well with almost and Caribbean entree. For the best results, make sure you have a really ripe plantain one that is all yellow with a good number of brown spots. Though I have portioned this as a half plantain per serving, one could easily eat a whole one alone.

    Recipe #134349

    Posted in response to a request. This version of a traditional Argentinean stew features both chicken and pork.

    Recipe #244944

    I found this recipe on the Internet and still looking to verify it's authenticity. I suspect the name comes from the brilliant red and green from the tomato sauce and vegetables. For now what I can say is delicious and easy to prepare. Most of the cooking time is a passive simmer so you can easily start this dish and go attend to other things around the house. (For WW, this is Core.)

    Recipe #252740

    23 Reviews |  By Sage

    Lovely instant healthy dessert for a cold treat. I found this in my first Food Processor Cookbook.

    Recipe #307406

    9 Reviews |  By Susie D

    These tasty little treats can be habit forming. I found the recipe in a grocery store circular and have made them several times since.

    Recipe #95647

    3 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is a classic Central American beverage. It is sweet and silky smooth. The recipe was posted in Saveur magazine and is based on a recipe from Maria Franco, a Salvadoran cook in Los Angeles. It is Mayan in origin, and is for many Central Americans part of a morning and midday ritual. It's believed to be as curative as chicken soup is to many other cultures.

    Recipe #306852

    10 Reviews |  By PanNan

    A very flavorful and attractive dish. So easy if you have a large ovenproof skillet. Just transfer the whole thing from stove top to oven.

    Recipe #60320

    Probably completely different than any corn dish you have tasted before- unless you have bought this from a street vendor in a Latin country or an area gretly influenced by the hispanic culture like Texas or Florida! This method really brings out the sweetness in the corn. I enjoyed this so much when I visited Mexico. You could see people all over town eating this on the cob as they stroll and shop. I think it makes a fabulously different side, especially when bbqing or grilling. They are called esquites- es-KEY-tays or elotes- a-LOW-tays- depending on the location. We just call 'em good! Hope you like it!

    Recipe #161110

    Easiest, freshest and tastiest salsa ever!

    Recipe #132586

    Two great dinks in one fancy little glass!

    Recipe #166279

    Found this recipe in Taste of Home and adjusted it to my family's tastes. Colorful soup quickly made from items usually found in your pantry. Fast fix for unexpected guests! Open cans, heat and eat! Spicy and yummy!

    Recipe #132583

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