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Dominican style spaghettis ("A la criolla")

Dominican style spaghettis ("A la criolla") by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Spaguettis "a la criolla" is a very common and traditional way to have spaguettis in Dominican Republic. A "must" in street food vendors...

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Russian Salad

Russian Salad by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Hello friends and fellow foodies!! Some days ago, looking at how popular the potato salad recipe had become, I realized that one of the most popular recipes in traditional contemporary Dominican cuisine had not been published yet: “Russian salad”! Years ago, when I worked as exchange visitor for the YMCA of Greater New York, I…

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Deep fried fish "Boca Chica" Style

Deep fried fish "Boca Chica" Style by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Hello everyone! Today I continue my mission of bringing you the most important recipes of traditional Dominican cuisine! Since I was very young, I remember that one of the most popular trips was the one to Boca Chica beach. For “capitaleños” (people from the capital city), Boca Chica was an obvious option. A white sand beach…

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Caribbean Saltfish (Salted Codfish) Dinner

Caribbean Saltfish (Salted Codfish) Dinner by Marie Phillips

My saltfish dinner is paired with american sweet potato, dasheen, and sauteed Kale. Saltfish is basic meal that is prepared in the Caribbean. In Jamaica the dish is generally paired with ackee and boiled green banana or fried bread fruit. In Caribbean stores the fish is sold with the bones in it. you can buy deboned fillet…

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Cuban Black Bean Soup

Cuban Black Bean Soup by Kimberly Lindstrom

It looks like a lot of ingredients, but the second half of the ingredients list is optional toppings. I just use whatever I have on hand, cilantro, sour cream, cheese, whatever! This is a super yummy, super easy, super cheap soup. It freezes well, and the "toppings" idea makes it great for a crowd... everyone can customize their…

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Mahi Mahi pan grilled fillet

Mahi Mahi pan grilled fillet by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

A simple and tasty way to prepare mahi mahi

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Salvadorian Cheese Pupusa

Salvadorian Cheese Pupusa by Chef Smith

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Fried plantains (tostones,patacones o fritos)

Fried plantains (tostones,patacones o fritos) by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Fried plantains is one of the most traditional Caribbean foods. In the Dominican Republic is almost a must in many occasions.

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Dominican Frosting

Dominican Frosting by Yolanda Fernandez

The recipe to make the Dominican frosting is very easy to do. It is basically a meringue. The texture if fluffy and airy. It is the perfect frosting for Dominican cakes.

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Pork Taco

Pork Taco by Catherine Pappas

This is a great tasty way to use up your leftover pork and have a fun, tasty, anytime meal. Enjoy with Love, Catherine

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Cordon bleu a la fogoncito

Cordon bleu a la fogoncito by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

It's my mom's modification of cordon bleu chicken breast with my own twist

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Stuffed tomatoes - Artisan recipe

Stuffed tomatoes - Artisan recipe by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Today I share a recipe that had been on my mind for a long time. The idea came to me after preparing some stuffed peppers. The truth is that just as stuffed peppers are fantastic for the sweet aftertaste, stuffed tomatoes have a deeply flavorful bittersweet aftertaste.

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Eco Panini!

Eco Panini! by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Today I share with you an “Eco sandwich”. I mean, who doesn’t love those roasted meats leftover sandwiches we make after the big meals of the 25th and 31st (Dominicans have 2 big dinner parties on those 2 days) I guess the same applies for Thanksgiving. Leftovers are such a “problem” that no one really minds having it. Those cold…

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Mashed Green Plantains or Mangu

Mashed Green Plantains or Mangu by Yolanda Fernandez

In Santo Domingo they use plantains to make different types of delicious dishes. One of these dishes is a very famous and popular called Mangú (which means mashed plantain)

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Ceviche Tuna Mangotini

Ceviche Tuna Mangotini by Chef Paul McGovern

This is a great dish I use fresh yellow fin tuna caught in the New England waters in the summer . Lots of my friends have boats and will bring me fresh fish then I do the cooking ! Its a good trade off and everyone is happy.

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