The Plátano Guayaba Limber is a Banana Guava Ice treat from Puerto Rico. The Guava Limber is made with bananas, guava, coconut milk, and water. Simply mix the ingredients in a blender until smooth, pour into plastic cups, and freeze until they are solid.
The Limber de Piña or Pineapple Limber is a tropical and delicious flavor that will make the hot days of summer just a bad memory.
This Brown Stew Chicken is a spicy Jamaican recipe consisting of chicken dark meat that is browned and simmered in a rich gravy made with onions, peppers, ketchup, and water. The end result is tender chicken, flavorful, and rich brown stew gravy.
This Peppered Shrimp dish is a popular Jamaican street food that has been cooked in a flavorful broth loaded with onion, garlic, allspice, thyme, and plenty of spicy Scotch bonnet peppers.
Similar to Mexican tamales, Pamonha Salgada are Brazilian Tamales made with fresh corn. The masa does not use a dried corn meal, it is made out of fresh grated corn.
Frita Cubana (pronounced free-tah) was invented in Havana, Cuba sometime in the 1930s. This Cuban Hamburger recipe calls for ground beef, ground pork, garlic, yellow onion, ketchup, cumin, sweet Spanish paprika, smoked paprika, salt, and pepper.
These Rice & Beef Stuffed Cabbage Rolls are a culinary delight from the island of Cuba. Rollos de Col Rellenos de Arroz Y Carne is a Cuban recipe
This Pina Colada Bread Pudding is a truly decadent Puerto Rican dessert. A fruity, coconutty treat that is perfect for breakfast, brunch, dessert, or any time of day. Super easy to whip up and addicting.
As the hot dog days of summer drag on, we present another limber. This Limber de Piña Colada is a Piña Colada Ice treat made with pineapples, coconut cream, lime, and sugar.
Jamaican Fried Chicken is like everything in Jamaica, Hot 'n Spicy. The pimento in the seasoning gives a strong, flavorful, aromatic taste to the chicken but it's the scotch bonnet pepper that brings the heat.
In Puerto Rico, the Chicharron de Pollo is always hot and spicy! The secret of Puerto Rican fried chicken is in the spices. The chicken is marinated in an adobo seasoning, sazon seasoning, oregano, white vinegar, and oil marinating mix.
Put on some Latin music, crawl into your hammock, relax with a cold cup of Limber de Limón, and enjoy the flavor of Puerto Rico.