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Llapingachos (yah-peen-GAH-chos) are a popular side dish in the highlands of Ecuador. They are often served with fried eggs and a simple salad of lettuce,...
Cuáker is a popular and healthy children's drink in Ecuador. Its name is the Spanish version of the name of the company most famous for selling...
Canelazo is a drink that will warm you up on a cold night high in the Ecuadorian mountains. It's made from brown sugar, cinnamon and cloves, orange...
Máchica is a sweetened, spiced grain blend that Ecuadorans use to enrich the texture and flavor of drinks. Spanish colonists brought this cooking...
My first venture into Ecuadoran cuisine. I was inspired to try an Ecuadoran dish by a recent trip a friend took the South American country. Instead of...
I love hearts of palm so I made up a salad. Hearts of Palm are usually packed in salted water so this recipe is for ones packed in salted water.
My friend from Ecuador made it for us and I tried to replicate it with much success. It's now one of my favorite soup to make. If you like a creamier...
Tangy salty but delicious lots of flavour
This is a mix of fruit and vegetables in the dressing. It is made to cook alone. You may add chicken breasts or thick fish fillets on top. Then dress...
The sauce-like salsa has a surprising spiciness to it. At first it is more of a smoky taste, then the spice hits you. But the great thing is it does...
Plan ahead for your Easter feast! I read an article in The New Yorker magazine regarding a letter from Ecuador by Calvin Trillin about a Spanish soup...
"Yummy. I just sprayed the pan with oil and sprayed the top of the parsnips with a little more oil. Then baked. Salted after. Easy and fast. Thank..." more
"A great, quick, and easy recipe! I did make a few changes/additions:<br/>-I added a bit less brown sugar (2.5tbsps); next time I'd add even..." more
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