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    World Tour Central and South America


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    1 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This seafood recipe originated in Peru but is now popular throughout South and Central America. It cooks in the acid from the lime juice without heat. Serve as an appetizer with tortilla chips.

    Recipe #456066

    This is a traditional Mayan recipe.

    Recipe #456079

    This dessert recipe is from Belize.

    Recipe #456122

    3 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is a shortcut version of a dish from Columbia. I found it on About.com. Serve the beans with rice.

    Recipe #456125

    1 Reviews |  By PanNan

    Pandebono is delicious and simple. It's served for breakfast or a snack. Masarepa can be found in Latin stores and is also known as masa al instante and harina precocida. Common brands are Goya, Harina PAN, Areparina, and Harina Juana.

    Recipe #456127

    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

    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


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