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This traditional Puerto Rican stew recipe is easy to preapre and makes for a hearty meal. 
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Domplines (Puerto Rican Dumplings) Recipe
Almost every culture has dumplings as a staple. Usually, the dumplings are stuffed with some savory ingredient or other. In our culture we have domplines (pronounced "dom-plee-ness), which are our version of dumplings, except, they are not stuffed. It's more like deep fried dough, which is a common staple in the Caribbean. Other places have it such as in Indian cuisine where they deep fry the dough and call it poori. In our family, these Puerto Rican dumplings have been with us forever. I remember my grandmother making them for breakfast with eggs or at lunch or dinner with codfish. They are deceptively easy to make, and quite tasty. Below is the basic recipe for domplines. If you want to liven up the recipe even more, you can add one or two minced cloves of garlic to the dough. This will give it an extra tang (if desired).
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Vegetarian Hostess
THE TYPICAL name for this Puerto Rican dish is Pastelon; layered fried plantains with beef Bolognese and cheese. I have created a healthier vegetarian version by baking the plantains and using Trader Joe’s Soy Chorizo instead of beef Bolognese. Most Latin countries have their unique version of chorizo, which is a type of spicy sausage. Trader Joe’s Soy Chorizo is a Mexican version that has the consistency of ground beef combined with chile and hot spices. It’s important to use ripe plantains for this dish, because when ripened they are sweeter and softer. This dish is a type of fusion where Italian meets Latino for combustible flavor that is sweet and spicy blending together into a culinary bliss.
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Puerto Rican Rice with Chicken recipe. Ready In: 9 hours 40 min Makes 6 servings 886 per serving Ingredients: ---, chicken pieces, ---, peppercorns, garlic, oregano, salt, olive oil, vinegar, ---, lard, salt pork, cured ham, ---, onion, green bell pepper, chili pepper, tomato, cilantro leaves, ---, salt, pimento stuffed green olives, capers, tomato sauce, fat, rice, ---, green peas, ---, pimentos
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Chef #394852
I can never get steamed white rice to come out right. A friend from Puerto Rico showed me this method. Lift the lid and sample as often as you like without fear of ruining the rice! Perfect and delicious every time. Total cook time will vary depending on altitude.
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sbchic1999
This is a common base to many latin and island meals. Many countries have their own take on it and this is one with a Puerto Rican and Dominican blend. It has a lot of components so you can harmlessly omit one or two without much harm to the recipe. This sofrito can be added to many recipes such as soup, beans, stews and can also be used to marinate meats. This also keeps in the fridge for a few weeks and can be easily frozen.
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Vseward (Chef~V)
Buñuelos de Queso-These small cheese breads are an excellent and easy side dish for a Puerto Rican meal. Add 2 tsp dried oregano or 2 tsp paprika to the sifted flour if you like
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Puerto Rican Beef Stew
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Attainable Health
I grew up eating my mom's Puerto Rican stew. I just tweaked it a little to make it a little healthier but with the same amazing taste!
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Lawsome
When I visited my Puerto Rican friends, their father made this delicious drink. He developed this recipe when he was young, working in a hotel. Tried and true!
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Puerto Rican Beef Stew recipe. Ready In: 2 hrs 5 min Makes 6-8 servings servings 914 per serving Ingredients: vegetable oil, stewing beef, onion, garlic cloves, parsley leaves, thyme sprigs, bay leaves, flour, all-purpose, beef broth, red wine, potatoes, carrots, green beans, parsley leaves
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