Coquito is the traditional Puerto Rican Christmas drink that is no other - eggnog with rum flavored with coconut.
What is it: Sweet plantains mashed together and layered with ground beef much like lasagna. Conclusion: Add pastelón to your bucket list.Get a recipe here.
Puerto Rican Mofongo Relleno - Delicious fried green plantains with chicharrones or bacon stuffed wtih meat. A naturally Paleo and AIP dish from an authentic family recipe!
Puerto Rican Rice with Pigeon Peas - Arroz con Gandules
Pasteles are wrapped green banana stuffed meat pastries, traditionally served at Christmas time in Puerto Rico. Use this recipe to make a batch.
This Puerto Rican hot sauce recipe, called Pique, is a national staple, with a different version for every household.
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Vegan Coquito - A traditional Puerto Rican egg nog-like alcoholic beverage that's dairy free, creamy and sweet, just like the real thing.
Budin de pan (Traditional Puerto Rican white bread pudding) Recipe by Deb A - Key Ingredient