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Annato Sauce with Vegetables

A spicy sauce that imparts a delicious flavor to many Cuban and Puerto Rican chicken, pork, and fish dishes.  It takes minutes to prepare...

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Annato and Oil

Achiote oil, also called axiote and annato, is widely used in Cuban Sofrito. It adds a distinctive flavor to Cuban cooking. This bright o...

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Spicy Seasoning

Adobo can be used for fish, meat, or poultry. This version, a common seasoning in Puerto Rico, is enough to flavor 1 pounds of raw fish,...

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Sauce with Chile Sharp as A Rooster’s Beak

A sauce for the brave at heart. More picante than its primo hermano-first cousin, red sauce, which is described later in this section-it ...

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Basic Caribbean Sauce

Many Latin dishes from the Caribbean utilize Sofrito. To make Sofrito, you must begin with Recaito, which blends the best native Caribbea...

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Raw Red Sauce

We use Salsa Roja daily in our home. It converts a simple tortilla into a taco sabroso and enhances the flavor of fish, poultry, eggs, qu...

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Green Sauce

Salsa Verde takes the place of Red Sauce in many dishes. The pungent taste of small green Indian tomatoes is pleasing to the palate. Eggs...

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Crab and Rice

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Drunken Chicken

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Hash, Cuban-Style

Versatile Picadillo can be covered with a browned crust of mashed potatoes that have been mixed with fat-free milk instead of butter, and...

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Baked Plantains

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Arizona Chicken Salad

Transform your lunchtime routine with this Arizona Chicken Salad served on top of a crispy tostada.Transform you lunchtime routine with this Arizona Chicken Salad that is topped with crispy tortilla strips and creamy avocado. This Tex-Mex style chicken salad recipe includes beans, onions, tomatoes, and plenty of flavor from a combination of chili powder and hot sauce. Sour cream gives the salad its signature creaminess, as well as a bit of tang that perfectly complements the spice.

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Pineapple Cider

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