This recipe has been in my family since I can remember. Rumor has it it was my grandma's (Dad's mom) recipe but Grandma (Mom's mom) says it is her recipe. The thing is it is absolutely delicious! I make it all year round but this is my signature thanksgiving side dish. Goes well with my puertorican apple BBQ turkey.
Got this recipe from a can of Carnation Evaporated Milk. I haven't tried this yet but sounds like a nice change for yogurt over your fruit. Preparation and cooking time are not accurate, and doesn't include the 2 hour chill time. (Sorry!)
Oh this is soooo heavenly tasting! I found this one on a recipe book as I was searching for a nice kick to give to my toasts. The recipe appears as it is on the book but I substituted the ricotta for cream cheese with a bit of sugar and milk for smoothness.
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.