These Puerto Rican Pasteles are simular to their Mexican cousin the Tamale. The Pastele is made with meat stuffing but unlike the Mexican Tamale, the masa is a yautía and plantain masa and is wrapped in banana leaves.
Dive into the flavorful world of Chile with the Terremoto Cocktail! This sweet and potent concoction, originating from Santiago, combines sweet wine, pineapple ice cream, and grenadine, offering a taste of Chilean festivity and culture.
Quesitos are one of the most popular pastries in Puerto Rico. Quesito means "little cheese" in Spanish. With this Puerto Rican recipe you can make these sweet cream cheese breakfast pastries wrapped in layers of light, crisp puff pastry for your whole family!
In Puerto Rico, blood sausage is known as morcilla. It's made with rice, cilantro, garlic, and chili pepper. Some contain paprika, annatto and some spices to give it a kick. Morcilla is especially popular during holiday season.
Use any cut of steak when making this easy beef stew. Marinated in oil, oregano, vinegar, and onions, this is a great meal for a busy weeknight. A staple in Puerto Rican cooking. Serve with white rice and tostones. Water can be used in place of beef stock if desired.
Ensalada de Coditos (Puerto Rican Macaroni Salad) is easy to make and incredibly delicious. This refreshing Macaroni Pasta Salad is a latin dish favorite that's a must-have for the Holidays and Family gathering.
Limber de Coco is similar to coconut Italian ices and is a refreshing Puerto Rican recipe for both kids and adults. You can make these in cups, small bowls, cupcake pan, or popsicle molds, or whatever you have on hand.
Tacos de Cabeza is a Mexican recipe for a variety of tacos that are popular in Mexico City, Sonora, and the Bajío. It's made from the shredded meat of a cow's head, combined with toppings such as red or green salsa, chopped onions, and coriander.
Pulpeta or Meatloaf is a Cuban recipe where the meatloaf is stuffed with a hard-boiled egg then fried on the stovetop until it's golden brown on all sides and then simmered in a Cuban creole sauce to perfection.
This week’s addition to our Limber Family is the Peanut Butter Limber. The Limber de Mani is a Puerto Rican recipe for Peanut Butter Ice is made with peanut butter, sugar, water, and evaporated milk. Simply mix the ingredients in a blender until smooth, pour into plastic cups, and freeze until they are solid.
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Long before he was a Hollywood star, Danny Trejo used to joke with his mom that they should open a restaurant. A few arrests, a couple boxing championships, and more than 300 movies later, Hollywood’s favorite bad guy did just that with Trejo’s Tacos. His unexpected journey from ex-con to actor to Narcotics Anonymous/Alcoholics Anonymous counselor to successful restaurateur is a true rags-to-riches story.