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This link will take you to el boricua recipes | El Recipes Recetas Puerto Rico. I love this website. Brings me back to Mami's cooking. I've pinned a few but this will take you to all. Enjoy!!!

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Flan is a traditional Puerto Rican dessert. We've all eaten it and love it. Most of us are a bit weary of the task of making it. This page makes it easy with several variations of the recipe.

Cemís encompassed the spirit of the god Yocahú. The cemís were kept in shrine rooms. Taínos credited cemís with powers that affected weather, crops, health, and childbirth, among other things. The cemís came in all shapes and sizes including the "three-pointer." own renditions of the cemís, and this form of art and religious representation was abundant. The cemís were carved from stone or wood. Many were adorned with semi-precious stones animals and men with frog-like legs.

A Puerto Rican without sofrito is like a day without sunshine.  Ok, maybe I’m being a bit melodramatic, but there’s no denying the moment of panic that strikes me whenever my sofrito stash is running low.  Luckily, sofrito is SO EASY to make, that 10 minutes of your time will yield you weeks, if not … … Continue reading →

In Puerto Rico this recipe is simply a rice soup made with milk. Usually made for babies, children, or when someone has a bad stomach. It is a comfort food. - El Boricua, a bilingual , cultural publication for Puerto Ricans

Mini Empanadillas (Puerto Rican Beef Turnovers). This is an authentic recipe of Puerto Rican Beef Turnovers. They are full of flavor with a delicious flaky outside.

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