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.
You are going to love these Corn Fritters with Avocado Jalapeño Dipping Sauce. This Tex-Mex recipe has a refreshing avocado and jalapeno dipping sauce that will set your taste buds on the path to culinary bliss.
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.
These homemade Jalapeño Tortilla Chips are quick and easy to make. Most recipes have you cut up corn tortillas into wedges and cook them. However, we start from scratch and make the most amazing chips that you have ever tasted.
Pico de Gallo, also called Salsa Fresca or Salsa Cruda, is a Mexican recipe used in many Southwest recipes. It's easy to make with just five ingredients, fresh onions, tomatoes, cilantro, jalapenos, and lime.
This Tequila Lime Chicken, which is also known as Margarita Chicken, is a Mexican recipe made by marinating your chicken in tequila, lime, garlic, jalapeno, and cilantro marinating sauce.
The Batida de Banana is a frozen cocktail from Brazil. This Banana Coconut Smoothie is spiked with rum and is quite the treat.
The X-Tudo (which means with everything) is another meat lovers hamburger. Similar to the Torta Cubano, the X-Tudo has three types of meat.
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.
My absolute favorite drink, the Cuba Libre is a simple but delicious cocktail recipe consisting of Rum, Coke, and a squeeze of Lime. The origin of this drink is still a mystery, as there are different accounts of its creation.
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.