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Caribbean

Caribbean cuisine is a fusion of African, Creole, Cajun, Amerindian, European, Latin American, Indian/South Asian, Middle Eastern, and Chinese. These traditions were brought from many different countries when they came to the Caribbean. In addition, the population has created styles that are unique to the region.

Caribbean Banana Bread

Pan de Plátano Del Caribe ~ Caribbean Banana Bread

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Although Banana Bread might have been invented in the United States it has been adopted by the Latino community. Here is a Caribbean recipe for Banana Bread with Coconut
Cuban Garlic Chicken

Cuban Garlic Chicken Recipe

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Bring the taste of Havana to your kitchen with this flavor-packed Cuban Garlic Chicken. Loaded with flavor, this Cuban recipe is always a favorite!!
Pollo en Fricase ~ Chicken Fricassee Recipe Card

Fricasé de Pollo ~ Chicken Fricassee

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The Fricasé de Pollo a la Cubana (Chicken Fricassee) recipe is one of the most popular Cuban dish, that includes chicken and potatoes cooked in tomato and wine sauce.
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...
Awesome Puerto Rican Alcapurria Recipe Card

Awesome Puerto Rican Alcapurria Recipe

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They are yummy when stuffed with shrimp, lobster chicken or turkey. For that Hot Latin in you, sprinkle some “Pique de Caballero” sauce just before you bite into the alcapurria, if you dare.
Pulpeta Meat Loaf Recipe Card

Pulpeta ~ Authentic Cuban Meatloaf

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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.
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 Coco ~ Coconut Ice Recipe Card

Limber de Coco ~ Coconut Ice

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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.
Pollo en Fricase ~ Chicken Fricassee Recipe Card

Pollo en Fricasé ~ Chicken Fricassee

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Pollo en Fricasé is a traditional Puerto Rican recipe for Chicken Fricassee is a cross between a sauté and a stew where the chicken is braised in red wine.
Pastelles ~ Puerto Rican Tamale Recipe Card

Puerto Rican Pasteles Recipe

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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.
Frita Cubana ~ Cuban Hamburger Recipe Card

Frita Cubana, A Cuban Hamburger Like No Other

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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.
Tembleque ~ Coconut Pudding Recipe Card

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.

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