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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.

The Cubano, an Authentic Cuban Sandwich

The Cubano, an Authentic Cuban Sandwich

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The Cubano is a traditional Cuban recipe that will have your taste buds doing the happy dance. The ultimate sandwich made with marinated roast pork, sliced ham, Swiss cheese, yellow mustard and pickles.
Yuca Con Mojo

Yuca With Garlic Sauce (Yuca Con Mojo)

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For a Miami boy there's nothing better than some Yuca with your Pollo, white rice and beans. Yucca is one of those traditional Cuban dishes that seems to go with anything.
Chorizo Potato and Egg Breakfast Skillet Recipe Card

Chorizo Potato and Egg Breakfast Skillet

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This Chorizo Potato and Egg Breakfast Skillet is literally the breakfast of champions. Crispy potatoes in a cast-iron skillet with chorizo, potatoes and eggs surrounded by melted cheese.
Tembleque - Puerto Rican Coconut Pudding

Tembleque ~ Puerto Rican Coconut Pudding

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This Tembleque, a Puerto Rican Coconut Pudding recipe brings back so many memories of the days my family would vacation in Puerto Rico to see my relatives.
Mandocas ~ Flavored Corn Fritters

Mandocas ~ Flavored Corn Fritters

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Mandocas are flavored corn fritters that are deep-fried cornmeal rings. These tasty treats are usually served at breakfast and eaten with butter and cheese while still hot.
Adobo BBQ Chicken (Adobo de Pollo a la Barbacoa)

Adobo BBQ Chicken (Adobo de Pollo a la Barbacoa)

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It's BBQ season and we have another great Mexican recipe for your barbeque grill! This is a delicious Adobo BBQ chicken recipe is easy to make and will wow your friends.
Caribbean Ginger Beer

Ginger Beer the Caribbean Cousin of Ginger Ale

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This traditional Caribbean recipe for ginger beer is the cousin of the American ginger ale. Like the majority of recipes, they can vary according to regions.
Chilean Sea Bass With Mojo

Chilean Sea Bass with Mojo

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This Chilean Sea Bass with Mojo recipe is a classic Chilean dish. If Chilean sea bass is unavailable, any sea bass or firm white fish is fine to use for this recipe.
Gansito ~ The Mexican Twinkie

El Gansito Gigante ~ The Giant Gansito

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A Gansito is a small Mexican snack cake, often compared to the American Twinkie. This Mexican Recipe is a strawberry jelly and crème-filled pound cake with a chocolate-flavored coating.
Oxtail Birria Rivera

Oxtail Birria Rivera

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Oxtail Birria Rivera is a Mexican recipe that is made with beef. Oxtail is the culinary name for the tail of cattle and was at one time the food of slaves. Oxtail is a gelatin-rich meat and that makes it very flavorful.
Millie's Puerto Rican Mofongo Recipe

Millie’s Puerto Rican Mofongo Recipe

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Mofongo is an authentic dish in Puerto Rico and HFNTV had a chance to visit Millie's Puerto Rican restaurant in Mesa, Arizona to see how Millie herself makes this delicious recipe.
Orange Eclipse

The Orange Eclipse from Barbados

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Put a little tropical sun in your winter cocktail with an Orange Eclipse from Barbados. This Bajan cocktail recipe is made from rum, orange juice, vermouth, and bitters.

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