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Chef Eric Ripert
Get a taste of the Caribbean without leaving home. Celebrity Chef Eric Ripert prepares some Puerto Rican dishes that will bring the Caribbean to your table. For more Caribbean recipes from Chef Eric Ripert, click here. 
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This method uses sofrito, an aromatic mix of herbs and spices that's used as a base for cooking countless Caribbean dishes. You can buy prepared sofrito in most supermarkets or Asian and Caribbean markets. Or, better still, get it from my cookbook, Puerto Rican Cuisine in America. The red wine in this recipe was influenced by my mother, of blessed memory, who received the tip from a Cuban friend. Click here to see The Basics of Cooking Beans and 3 Easy Recipes
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Paella de Marisco
In order to prepare an authentic paella, there are seven essential ingredients: the paella pan, bomba rice (always), saffron, sofrito, extra-virgin olive oil, passion, and love. Sofrito is an important part of the paella.  It is a concentrate of vegetables that will bring flavor to the rice. You can add 4 quartered small artichoke hearts, or roasted red peppers, cut into strips, with the rice.   Some people use the pulp of 1 or 2 dried and soaked ñora peppers, instead of pimentón.
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Ingredients1 T vegetable shortening4 oz cooked hamDry ingredients:1 t adobo1 t oregano1 t thyme1 t rosemaryt tarragon3 cilantro leaves4 cloves garlic1 medium onioncubanelle pepper6 ajies dulces1 envelope Sazon Goya con culantro y ...
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Sofrito recipe. Ready In: 30 min. Makes 1 servings 1311 per serving Ingredients: sweet bell peppers, tomatoes, onion, garlic, coriander, parsley leaves, lard, achiote paste, ham, salt pork
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Pixelsicle
A simplified sofrito recipe can be frozen in ice cube trays to have on hand whenever you need it.
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FIVEBRIGS
Sofrito is the base for most Puerto Rican dishes, and this one is better than store bought (difficult to find in the stores in the Western United States). This can be added to beans, rice, soups, stews, you name it.
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Ingredients1 T vegetable shortening4 oz cooked hamDry ingredients:1 t adobo1 t oregano1 t thyme1 t rosemaryt tarragon3 cilantro leaves4 cloves garlic1 medium onioncubanelle pepper6 ajies dulces1 envelope Sazon Goya con culantro y ...
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ShanChef
Use about a 1/4 cup per recipe for a quick way way to add great flavor to so many meals. Saute in olive oil and then add any other ingredients.
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Jennifer Cournoyer
Sofrito is a staple in Latin dishes to add flavor and depth. I got this recipe from a great friend about a year ago and fell in love with it. I use it in just about everything. Use sofrito as the first dish ingredient by adding it to a hot pan with olive oil. Sauté it for a minute or two before adding remaining ingredients. I've also used it as a rub for meat and chicken. Enjoy!
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Chef #394852
This sauce is the basis for most Puerto Rican dishes. Since it is usually used 1-2 tablespoons at a time, it's easiest to make a full batch and freeze the rest.
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Rita~
Is a traditional base to many latin-style dishes. The building block mixture of annatto, onion, garlic, peppers, and cilantro adds a wonderful flavor and depth to almost any meal. This freezes well and can be used throughout the year.Can be put into ice cube trays then removed when frozen and place in freezer bags.
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