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    This dip is my mom's recipe. It's a favorite in our family during summer time (which back home is pretty muh all the time. Serve cold with corn tostadas!

    Recipe #221102

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

    Recipe #220888

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

    Recipe #220780

    I came up with this last night as I was not sure what to do with the veggies and the pasta. Well, it turned out very good. It also tasted every good when served cold and when sprinkled with balsamic.

    Recipe #220779

    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

    These are delicious!!! I got the recipe from a friend several years ago. It's worth the try.

    Recipe #220615

    I found this recipe in a Pampered Chef cookbook. It is made with the use of a bakingstone. I have several of those and therefore I am always looking for recipes I can cook using them.

    Recipe #220609

    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

    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

    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 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 box of Cascadian Farm Organic granola. I omitted the ice cream as I made it for breakfast. It is absolutely yummy!

    Recipe #220210

    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

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

    Recipe #220068

    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 one of grandma's recipes. It has some calories but is worth the 2 hour workout after eating them! Dip them in mayo-ketchup sauce seasoned with s&p.

    Recipe #218558

    This yummy recipe can be made with shrimps, lobster, octupus etc. I prefer to make it with lobster and shrimp or just shrimp by itself. I love to serve this salad with puertorian tostones.

    Recipe #218307

    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

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