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Garbanzos & Chorizo tried it and loved it. Didn't use peppers. Used Puerto Rican sofrito instead

Garbanzos with Smoked Chorizo

Garbanzos & Chorizo tried it and loved it. Didn't use peppers. Used Puerto Rican sofrito instead

Canoas de Platanos Maduros (Sweet Plantain Canoes).  I'm not much of a plantain fan, but if I get adventurous I might try them this way.

Canoas de Platanos Maduros (Sweet Plantain Canoes

Canoas de Platanos Maduros (Sweet Plantain Canoes). I'm not much of a plantain fan, but if I get adventurous I might try them this way.

Asopao de camarones

Asopao de Camarones

asopao de camaronesAsopao de Camarones 1 cup of short grain rice 6 cubes (or Tbs) of sofrito 1 cup diced tomato 1 tsp of capers cup of tomato sauce 8 pimento stuffed olives 4 cups of clam juice 1 lbs of shrimp, peeled and deveined

Shortbread Almond Cookies with Guava    Makes about 18 cookies        1/2 cup sugar      1/2 cup (1 stick) butter      1/2 cup shortening      1 egg yolk      1 teaspoon almond extract      2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour      1/2 cup guava paste, diced

Mantecaditos con Guayaba ( Shortbread Almond Cookies with Guava)

Shortbread Almond Cookies with Guava Makes about 18 cookies 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter 1/2 cup shortening 1 egg yolk 1 teaspoon almond extract 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 cup guava paste, diced

Sopa de jamón y fideos, una de las favoritas de los puertorriqueños para esta época de otoño #USBtradiciones

Sopa de jamón y fideos, una de las favoritas de los puertorriqueños para esta época de otoño #USBtradiciones

Receta de Guineitos en escabeche con mollejitas

Receta de Guineitos en escabeche con mollejitas

My mother-in-law’s Guineos En Escabeche (pronounced es-kah-BECH-ay) recipe. It’s a very authentic Puerto Rican dish. Guineos is Spanish for green bananas and the Escabeche is basically an acidic marinade which is onions marinated in vinegar.

Puerto Rican Sancocho; A Centuries-Old Stew Still a Classic Today

Puerto Rican Sancocho; A Centuries-Old Stew Still a Classic Today

Would like to try! Sancocho- typical 'comfort' food in Puerto Rico Sancocho. It is a wonderful thick stew here they are using beef and often times it has rice in it as well. A more traditional one will have calabaza (pumpkin) in place of butternut squash

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