Pastelon (otherwise known as Puerto Rican Lasagna) by The Noshery...I made this dish after seeing it on Diners, Drive Ins and Dives....it's do die for! Labor intensive but worth the work. I'm dying to try and make it using ground chicken & chicken chorizo since I no longer eat beef. Enjoy!!
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.