This is a fun way to enjoy an easy Mexican recipe with the fresh flavors of a Tropical island. Whether it's a dinner party, friends over for the football game, or a way to keep the kids full before dinner.
This classic Huevos Rancheros or Rancher's Eggs is a hearty breakfast that features eggs on tortillas and is topped with salsa. This Mexican recipe is delicious and a family favorite around my house.
This Rice With Seafood recipe, also known as Arroz Con Mariscos, is an exquisite Ecuadorian recipe that is enjoyed throughout the country.
These Chicken Enchiladas With Homemade Green Sauce is the best Mexican recipe ever! They're stuffed with shredded chicken and cheese, topped with green enchilada sauce, and then baked to golden perfection.
This Mexican-inspired Pasta With Chicken And Peppers dish can be made in one pot and in just 1 hour. In this Tex-Mex recipe, pasta is mixed with sliced chicken breast, Mexican spices, bell peppers, green chiles, and cheese to make a creamy spicy delight.
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.
In many Latin American countries, pernil (roasted pork) is prepared on various special occasions throughout the year. It is the main dish that accompanies the table during the Christmas celebrations.
Chicharrones de Pollo or Fried Chicken Tenders are crispy morsels of fried chicken, marinated with Latin spices and wrapped in a super crunchy crust. Give this Dominican recipe a try, your family will love you for it.
This slow-cooked pork roast, usually a shoulder, butt or leg, has been typically enjoyed by many Puerto Ricans during the holidays. It's a classic Puerto Rican dish, and has many variations throughout the Caribbean, Dominican Republic, and Cuba.
This simple Puerto Rican Adobo mixture of spices is perfect to season and/or marinate meat, chicken, or fish to be grilled, fried or roasted.
In Puerto Rico, it's very common to see street vendors selling fresh produce and bottles of pique (Puerto Rican hot sauce) hung from a string.
Sofrito is the base for most Puerto Rican recipes, and this one is better than store-bought (difficult to find in the stores in the Western United States). This can be added to beans, rice, soups, stews, you name it.