The Honduran Baleada - How to make a "REAL" Honduras Baleada | Honduras.com
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Honduran Pastalitos!!! - Kathy From Honduras - http://www.KathyFromHonduras.com
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Honduran Coconut Seafood Soup Sopa Catratcha De Mariscos Con Un Recipe - Food.com
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SOPA DE RES (Honduran Beef Soup) INGREDIENTS 2 lbs of Chuck roast 4 cups of water 3  cloves garlic 1 Onion 1 Bunch fresh Cilantro 1 lbs Carrots 1 lbs potatoes  1 lbs of YUCA 2 Celery ribs  2 lbs Corn  1 can beef broth 2 TBsp Annatto 2 Tsp Cumin  2 season goya 1 bay leaves 1 Caldo de res  PREPARATION  saucepan place the water along with the meat, garlic, onion, salt, bay leaves and cilantro. Cook for  2 hours or until meat tender. add Vegetables and the rest of  spices.

SOPA DE RES (Honduran Beef Soup) INGREDIENTS 2 lbs of Chuck roast 4 cups of water 3 cloves garlic 1 Onion 1 Bunch fresh Cilantro 1 lbs Carrots 1 lbs potatoes 1 lbs of YUCA 2 Celery ribs 2 lbs Corn 1 can beef broth 2 TBsp Annatto 2 Tsp Cumin 2 season goya 1 bay leaves 1 Caldo de res PREPARATION saucepan place the water along with the meat, garlic, onion, salt, bay leaves and cilantro. Cook for 2 hours or until meat tender. add Vegetables and the rest of spices.

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Este plato de Honduras es Pollo con tajadas. También, tiene salsa.
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Great, sweeter version of banana bread from Central America.Had to make this for an elementary school presentation and all of the kids loved it. Nice and moist bread. Got from http://www.roatanonline.com/caribbean_recipes.htm. The recipe also calls for pecans and a lime/rum icing, but i omitted both of these. For the original recipe, visit the above link

Great, sweeter version of banana bread from Central America.Had to make this for an elementary school presentation and all of the kids loved it. Nice and moist bread. Got from http://www.roatanonline.com/caribbean_recipes.htm. The recipe also calls for pecans and a lime/rum icing, but i omitted both of these. For the original recipe, visit the above link

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Pupusas: The most common Salvadoran dish! Corn dough filled with refried beens, pulled pork, mozzarella-like cheese or any combination of the above (revueltas). Diced squash or loroco (Fernaldia pandurata) are sometimes added with the cheese. Flattened and grilled. Served with curtido. No forks needed.

Pupusas: The most common Salvadoran dish! Corn dough filled with refried beens, pulled pork, mozzarella-like cheese or any combination of the above (revueltas). Diced squash or loroco (Fernaldia pandurata) are sometimes added with the cheese. Flattened and grilled. Served with curtido. No forks needed.

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