Puerto Rican Lasagna (Pastelón) with sweet slices of plantains instead of noodles, saucy beef picadillo and plenty of cheese.

Puerto Rican Lasagna

Puerto Rican Lasagna (Pastelón) with sweet slices of plantains instead of noodles, saucy beef picadillo and plenty of cheese.

We love mofongo! It's a simple recipe that is the perfect side dish. #shop #staroliveoil #cbias

Mofongo Puerto Rican Style

Empanadillas are the Puerto Rican version of empanadas, a stuffed pastry popular in Spain, Portugal, the Caribbean, Latin America

For the Love of Puerto Rican Cuisine – Part 1

Empanadillas are the Puerto Rican version of empanadas, a stuffed pastry popular in Spain, Portugal, the Caribbean, Latin America

Brooke came home last week from 19 months in sunny Puerto Rico and is already missing some of the food.  Puerto Rican cuisine has its roots...

Brooke came home last week from 19 months in sunny Puerto Rico and is already missing some of the food. Puerto Rican cuisine has its roots...

Habichuelas Guisadas (Puerto Rican Stewed Beans)

Habichuelas Guisadas (Puerto Rican Stewed Beans)

So yummy! Great flavor. I would soak beans in water for a few hours be for cooking. When I followed the directions My beans where a little hard. Next time I'll cook them on lower heat and longer. Very good!--ENJOY! Habichuelas Guisadas | Delish D'Lites

How To Make Traditional Puerto Rican Beef Pastelillo aka Beef Empanada Recipe!— The Queen of Swag!

Holiday Traditional Puerto Rican Beef Pastelillo Recipe! #USBtradiciones

Pollo Guisada starts with sofrito, the base of Puerto Rican cuisine. Sofrito is to Puerto Rican food what a mirepoix is to French cooking or the trinity is to Cajun/Creole Cuisine. The Guisada was full of pieces of chicken on the bone, peppers, garlic, onions, herbs, tomato sauce, potatoes, and cilantro. Delicious!!! The recipe follows and I heartily recommend that you try this one. Your family will love it.

Pollo Guisada starts with sofrito, the base of Puerto Rican cuisine. Sofrito is to Puerto Rican food what a mirepoix is to French cooking or the trinity is to Cajun/Creole Cuisine. The Guisada was full of pieces of chicken on the bone, peppers, garlic, onions, herbs, tomato sauce, potatoes, and cilantro. Delicious!!! The recipe follows and I heartily recommend that you try this one. Your family will love it.

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