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By Ang11002 on June 16, 2008
By Chef Kate on March 9, 2008
By Chef Kate on October 16, 2007
By MarraMamba on July 19, 2008
"Unlike the other recipes for this, the peanut sauce makes it very different. In this month's gourmet oct o8, haven't tried it yet but can't wait to. (there is a recipe for annato oil on zaar too)"
Prep Time: 45 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs 45 mins
By Chef Kate on June 14, 2008
"A great grilled shrimp popular from the coast of Ecuador up through the southern Pacific coast of Mexico. Serve it with fluffy rice, lime wedges, pureed avocado and, of course, some 'aji' - the ubiquitous condiment always on Ecuadorean tables. Cooking time is actually marinating time."
Prep Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 2 hrs 15 mins
By Reddyrat on January 23, 2010
By Um Safia on June 24, 2008
By Annacia on June 4, 2011
"Llapingachos are potato patties filled with cheese, then sauteed to a golden brown for an appetizer or snack in Ecuador. If your not in a hurry they will fry better if the patties are chilled for about 45 mins before frying. When fried warm they will be ok but will sloppier and not hold together quite as well"
Ingredients: egg yolks, oil, potatoes...
Prep Time: 40 mins
Total Time: 50 mins
By Roosie on June 20, 2005
"This is an Ecuadorian recipe which I got from the book, "South American Cooking". The author suggests that it is good for tailgate parties. Unusual and maybe even a little "weird", but one of those combos that surprises you with how good it is. This would halve easily if you're not feeling daring and would rather make a smaller..."
Prep Time: 20 mins
Total Time: 30 mins
By NorthwestGal on June 7, 2011
"This sweet, creamy drink is named after the long-winged seabirds that breed off the Pacific coast of South America. I found the recipe on the cruisecritic.com website. It uses a sugarcane-based liqueur called Cana Manabita that is produced in Ecuador. If you cannot find Cana Manabita, Brazilian Cachaca is a nice substitute. Or, as a third option,..."
Ingredients: cream, blue curacao...
Prep Time: 3 mins
Total Time: 3 mins