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Recipes From the Hispanic Food Network

Browse our collection of Hispanic and Latino Recipes for deliciously simple and crowd-pleasing meals to get supper on the table in a jiffy. Find your favorite recipes to make a show-stopping meal.

Sándwich de Tripleta

Sándwich de Tripleta 🎖 The Three Meat Sandwich

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Sándwich de Tripleta is a Puerto Rican recipe for a sandwich usually made from three types of meat: grilled steak, pernil, and ham...
Amaretto Pina Colada

Amaretto Pina Colada

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The Amaretto Pina Colada is a variation of the famous Piña Colada with the addition of a shot of Amaretto Almond Liqueur. The amaretto adds...
Tostadas de Pollo - Chicken Tostadas

Tostadas de Pollo ~ Chicken Tostadas

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Tostadas de Pollo or Chicken Tostadas are a classic snack from the city of Oaxaca, Mexico. This recipe uses ingredients that have already...
Poulet Aux Noix ~ Chicken with Cashews

Poulet Aux Noix ~ Chicken with Cashews

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Chicken with Cashews or Poulet Aux Noix is a traditional Haitian recipe that features spicy chicken in a cashew sauce...
Sopa de Tortill Con Polo - Chicken Tortilla Soup

Sopa de Tortilla Con Pollo ~ Chicken Tortilla Soup

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Sopa de Tortilla Con Pollo or Chicken Tortilla Soup in English is like Chicken noodle soup but without the noodles boiled and tortilla strips dropped in after cooking.
Bolo de Rolo ~ Roll Cake

Bolo de Rolo ~ Roll Cake

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Bolo de Rolo is a traditional Brazilian dessert with origins in the state of Pernambuco. This rolled guava cake is similar to a jelly roll cake or a Swiss roll; however, its preparation is much more complicated.
Puerto Rican Sancocho

Puerto Rican Sancocho

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Sancocho is a traditional broth (often considered a soup) in several Latin American cuisines. It usually consists of large pieces of meat...
Limber de Cereza ~ Cherry Ice

Limber de Cereza ~ Cherry Ice

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The Limber de Cereza or Cherry Ice is similar to cherry Italian ice and is a refreshing Puerto Rican recipe for both kids and adults...
Tacos Gobernador ~ Governor's Tacos

Tacos Gobernador ~ Governor’s Tacos

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Tacos Gobernador translates to Governor's Tacos. These easy-to-make Mexican tacos are a cross between a shrimp taco and a quesadilla...
Pinchos de Pollo ~ Puerto Rican Chicken Skewers

Pinchos de Pollo ~ Chicken Kabobs

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Pinchos de Pollo are delicious Chicken Kabobs that are very popular in Puerto Rican cuisine. These tasty chunks of chicken are marinated in Puerto Rican spices and then grilled and traditionally topped with a sliver of bread.
Chicken Stuffed Avocados

Aguacates Rellenos de Pollo ~ Chicken Stuffed Avocados

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Aguacates Rellenos de Pollo are avocados stuffed with shredded chicken, cheese, and spice and baked for just a few minutes to melt the cheese. It's easy and fast to make these tasty Chicken Stuffed Avocados.
Black Bean, Corn, and Sweet Potato Quesadilla

Black Bean, Corn, and Sweet Potato Quesadilla

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The Black Bean, Corn, and Sweet Potato Quesadilla or Quesadilla de Frijoles Negros, Maíz Y Batata in Spanish is a wonderful and fresh take on the same old boring cheese quesadillas.

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Red Spanish Sangria

Red Spanish Sangria

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Sangria is one of the most popular drinks in Spanish cuisine. It is commonly served in bars, restaurants, and festivities throughout Spain and Portugal. Clericó is a similar beverage that is popular in Latin America.
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