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Mojito Cakel 1 box (18 oz.) white cake mix.1½ oz. Lemon Jello 1½ oz. Lime Jello. 4 eggs, 3/4 c. vegetable oil, 3/4 c. water. Mix all ingredients well, then pour into a greased Bundt pan.Bake at 325 for 45 minutes, Cool slightly. Pierce lots of holes all over the cake using a long tool such as a wooden skewer, or a chopstick

Sancocho- OK here is a recipe for a typical 'comfort' food in Puerto Rico Sancocho. It is a wonderful thick stew here they are using beef but I have more often had it with chicken and oft times it has ad rice in it as well. A more traditional one will have calabaza (pumpkin) in place of butternut squash

"Kola Champagne" our puerto rican version of Coca-Cola. I used to love drinking this!

another pinner: Tembleque for recipe, this one connects to recipe, prior ones don't. 1 can cream of coconut (15oz.) 2 cups water 2/3 cup cornstarch 1 stick cinnamon 3 cloves 1 pinch of salt. mmm

Mofongo is the unofficial king of Puerto Rican cuisine. This is a tasty and filling concoction of mashed plantain, seasonings and a virtually unlimited choice of filling; vegetarian, shrimp, steak, pork, seafood ... whatever your dietary preference, there is a mofongo to match it! You can also find mofongo everywhere. Every self-respecting Puerto Rican restaurant, from roadside shacks to some of the island's most refined local eateries, will have their own recipe... It's a must have!!!!!!

Asopao de Gandules - El Boricua, a bilingual , cultural publication for Puerto Ricans

PLATANITOS MADUROS EN ALMIBAR ★ receta »Acompañantes 8 Porciones Prep. 15 Min. Cocción 30 Min. --INGREDIENTES-- 4 plátanos maduros (no muy blanditos) cortados en rueditas ½ taza mantequilladerretida Almíbar: 1 ½ taza agua 1 ½ taza azúcar 4 rajas de canela --PROCEDIMIENTO-- Echa la mantequillaenunasartén, calienta y echa los platanitos rebanados y cocina por variosminutos hasta que queden doraditos por ambos lados. En una cacerola medianaecha el azúcar, agua, canela y calienta hasta herv...

Bacalaitos (10 bacalaitos) 1/4 lb. bacalao filet 3/4 cup flour 1/2 tsp. baking powder 1/3 tsp. salt 3/4 cup bacalao broth 1tsp. black pepper 2 tsp. crushed garlic oil for frying

Always Order Dessert: Coquito (Puerto Rican Coconut Eggnog)... Although so much better than eggnog!!!! Hello CHRISTMAS!

Plantains with Brown Sugar Syrup (Plátanos Calados)