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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

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.

Ponche Crema ~ Venezuelan Eggnog

Ponche Crema ~ Venezuelan Eggnog

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Ponche crema is the Venezuelan recipe for eggnog. This creamy, spicy drink is different from most others because it calls for flan mix instead of the usual eggs but is tasty.
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.
Arepa Reina Pepiada ~ Arepa with Chicken and Avocado

Arepa Reina Pepiada ~ Arepa with Chicken and Avocado

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Arepa Reina Pepiada is a classic Venezuelan recipe filled with a chicken and avocado salad. Other popular arepa fillings include white cheese, black beans, fried sweet plantains, and ham.
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.
Chicken and Potato Roti

Chicken and Potato Roti

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Chicken and Potato Roti is like a burrito but from the Island of Barbados. This Bajan recipe is made with a flower roti skin and stuffed with chicken and potato filling.
Fried Flying Fish and Cou Cou

Fried Flying Fish and Cou Cou

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Fried Flying Fish and Cou Cou is widely considered to be the National Dish of Barbados. This Bajan Recipe is made with breaded fillets of flying fish, a creole sauce, and a side of cou cou which is made with cornmeal and okra.
A Winter Margarita

A Winter Margarita from Guadalajara, Mexico

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This Winter Margarita is a Mexican recipe from the city of Guadalajara. Made with Tequila, lime juice, bitters, and a spiced cranberry syrup then shaken and served on ice.
Cemita Milanesa de Pollo ~ Chicken Sandwich

Cemita Milanesa de Pollo ~ Chicken Sandwich

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The Cemita Milanesa de Pollo or Chicken Sandwich is a Mexican recipe from Puebla, Mexico. This delicious sandwich is made with chicken, chorizo and beans paste, string cheese, avocado, chipotle, on a sesame seed bun.
Pozole ~ Hominy Corn Soup

Pozole ~ Pork and Hominy Soup

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Pozole or Hominy Corn Soup is a traditional Mexican recipe for corn soup or stew. It's made from hominy with meat, and garnished with shredded lettuce or cabbage, chile peppers, onion, garlic, radishes, avocado, salsa or limes.
Paella Valenciana Recipe Card

Paella Valenciana Recipe

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Paella Valenciana is a Spanish recipe made from rice, chicken, rabbit, a few varieties of beans, and a nice spice mix. it's one of the best-known dishes in Spanish cuisine.
Jalapeño Bacon Cheese Ball

The General’s Jalapeño Bacon Cheese Ball

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This easy to make Tex-Mex recipe is a cheesy delight that will tickle the taste buds of everyone. With a creamy base, this cheese ball is loaded with crisp smokey bacon, spicy jalapenos, delicious olives & sharp cheddar cheese. Spread it on a cracker or chip for the perfect finger food.
Moros y Cristianos ~ Rice and Black Beans

Moros y Cristianos ~ Rice and Black Beans

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An iconic Cuban recipe of black beans and rice called Moros y Cristianos, or Arroz Congri, is made with long-grain rice, black beans, and fragrant spices.

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