Puerto Rican Cuisine
With roots in Spanish, African, and indigenous Taino cultures, Puerto Rican cuisine features starchy vegetables and meats seasoned with lively, flavorful blends of spices. Perfect accompaniments include fresh tropical fruits, part of daily life in Puerto Rico.See Popular Puerto Rican Cuisine Recipes
This traditional Puerto Rican chicken soup, with just the right amount of spice, slow-cooks all day so you'll come home to a warm and flavorful dish the whole family will enjoy.
Inspired from a traditional Puerto Rican comforting meat pie, this flavorful dish is filled with layers of melted VELVEETA, flavored meat and fried plantains.
Pina coladas never tasted so good. We added fresh lemon juice to offset the sweetness for this perfect summer drink.
Cilantro, chiles and garlic add rich flavor to kidney beans in this Puerto Rican staple. Leftovers are wonderful reheated for lunch.
This Puerto Rican one-dish chicken and rice stew is rich in flavor.
Shrimp and fish fillets cooked in a spicy coconut sauce make for a complete meal. Add some rolls if you like.
Shredded plantains and fresh cilantro combine in a refreshing Puerto Rican soup.
Bacalao, salted dried codfish, is the defining ingredient in traditional Puerto Rican fish stew, but salt cod requires overnight soaking and several rinses in cool water before it can be used, so we opt for fresh fish in this quick version. Serve with crusty rolls to soak up the juices.
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With a little morning prep you can get dinner on the table in no time with these easy slow cooker chicken recipes.
Pork was made for winter, when short days and cold nights give people an excuse for rich, substantial meals. But right at this moment -- although it's mid-February and the ground is covered with snow in much of the country -- it's about 50 degrees outside where I live. And for all I know, you may live in a place that cold weather never touches.