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  • Leslie Carol DeGracie

    El muy tradicional y panameño “Plátano en Tentación” siempre hace sus apariciones entre los platos típicos del patio. A continuación le dejamos una práctica y fácil receta para usted prepare una deliciosa versión en su hogar para complementar sus comidas. Disfruten Ingredientes: 2 plátanos bien maduros 1/2 taza de azúcar 1/8 cdta. de sal 1 …

  • GotYour HolidayOn

    Puerto Rican Food - Plátanos en almibar

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