Pastelón - Puerto Rican Lasagna! | Kitchen Gidget
Puerto Rican Lasagna (Pastelón) with sweet slices of plantains instead of noodles, saucy beef picadillo and plenty of cheese.
Sorullitos de Maiz (Puerto Rican cornmeal fritters) | Kitchen Gidget
Sorullitos de Maiz - Puerto Rican corn fritters with cheese. Crispy on the outside, soft and buttery inside! Use cheddar, gouda or American!
Homemade Latin Sofrito Recipe
Latin Sofrito (Sazon) | SmartLittleCookie.net | Caribbean Cuisine wouldn't be the same without Sofrito, so during Hispanic Heritage Month we'll be using LOTS of it. Check out this recipe!
Arroz con Dulce (Coconut Rice Pudding)
Arroz con dulce is a traditional Puerto Rican dessert made with rice, coconut milk, and spices. It's creamy, spiced, and one of my favorite desserts.
Favorite Puerto Rican Dishes
Today is the first official start to National Hispanic Heritage Month and in celebration I figured I would round-up all of my traditional and inspired Puerto Rican recipes in one place. Enjoy and Cook on! Buen provecho! Traditional Pastelillos de Carne (Puerto Rican Meat Turnovers) Spanish Bean Soup Pavochon Fricassee de Pollo Alitas en Escabeche (Wings in... Read More »
Limbel/Limber (Puerto Rican Icee) Recipe - Food.com
I got this recipe from sparkpeople.com, in the recipe section of the site. Similar to coconut Italian ices. This is a refreshing Puerto Rican version of coconut flavored ice cubes. It is usually frozen in ice trays. You can also use cups, small bowls, cupcake pan or popsicle molds, whatever suits you. With the ice trays, it makes 48 small servings. An adult serving is 2 pieces that totals 24 servings per person. Similar to coconut Italian ices. This is a refreshing Puerto Rican version of…
Coquito Donut Hole Recipe (Puerto Rican Eggnog)
Quick and easy donut hole recipe made using refrigerated biscuit dough and homemade coquito aka Puerto Rican eggnog!
Puerto Rican Mofongo Relleno (Paleo, AIP) — The Curious Coconut
MOFONGO! This is my favorite Puerto Rican dish ever and it is surprisingly flavorful and addictive with only 4 simple ingredients. Learn my Puerto Rican in-laws' traditional recipe here! It's naturally Paleo and even AIP - feels like a treat but it is a great source of nutritious starch and healthy
Puerto Rican Sancocho; A Centuries-Old Stew Still a Classic Today
For the Love of Puerto Rican Cuisine, Part 2, by Victor Ribaudo As I was telling you last week, the love of my life is Puerto Rican. And although I am a true romantic at heart, I must say that my i…