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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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Sweet corn "arepa"

Sweet corn "arepa" by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

One of the most traditional recipes in Dominican cookery. I'll post the salty version later. This is my mother in law's version.

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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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Chicken rice (Locrio de pollo)

Chicken rice (Locrio de pollo) by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Locrio is one of the most traditional Dominican dishes and I have already shared some of its variations. For some reason that I can't explain, I had not shared the most traditional of the locrios: the chicken locrio. The chicken is the most consumed meat in the Dominican Republic and along with pork the preferred one for the…

3 votes
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Plantain baskets!

Plantain baskets! by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Hello friends and fellow foodies!! Today I bring you a true marvel of Neo-Dominican Cuisine. A delicious, beautiful and creative finger food (I did not invent it, this is just my version) that tastes very much Dominican, so Caribbean, so can almost feel the sea wind on your face!

3 votes
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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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Cheese balls!

Cheese balls! by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Today I share one of the “Doña Anadina’s” (my sous chef’s mother) golden recipes. She’s one of my most faithful and constant advisors in the kitchen. Doña Anadina is a master of the flour and dough and even knowing this, I should say that she outdid herself this time. The “little chefs” (and me, I cannot deny it) took good care…

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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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Pick and shovel

Pick and shovel by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Hello Everyone! The last few days have been full with exciting news. In the last post I shared some of those news and there’s already more to share! but I will share those news later, because after all, this is a place to eat and enjoy recipes! The famous “pick and shovel” (pico y pala) is one of those foods that became popular…

2 votes
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Sardine rice (sardine locrio or pica pica locrio)

Sardine rice (sardine locrio or pica pica locrio) by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Today I share another true classical Dominican traditional gastronomy recipe. The sardine locrio, sardine rice or “pica pica” rice or locrio, is an important part of the contemporary history Of the Dominican Republic. The “pica pica” (it used to be a brand name) in its “hot” variety (the red can) was widely consumed in the…

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Red bean rice (Moro de habichuelas rojas)

Red bean rice (Moro de habichuelas rojas) by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

One of the most traditional Dominican dishes. I used to eat it cold from the fridge! The “red bean moro” is one of those foods that the defines being Dominican. A Dominican will never refuse a good Moro. A plate of “moro” with stewed meat and abundant meat sauce over it is a true culinary marvel. It is one of those foods that…

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Coconut Shrimp with Spicy Mango Sauce

Coconut Shrimp with Spicy Mango Sauce by Nancy Miyasaki

This was a real treat. It reminded me of delicious passed appetizer I had at a wedding reception a few years ago. The spicy sauce (not too hot) combines wonderfully with the slightly sweet coconut shrimp. Could be served equally well as an appetizer or entree.

5 votes
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Potato Casserole

Potato Casserole by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

A few days ago I received this recipe from Pastor Vianela (Casa de Zion Christian Church) and the truth is that I loved the idea and I loved the results.

1 vote
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Noodle rice

Noodle rice by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

One of my mom's favorite recipes. It has become a family tradition.

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Creamy cauliflower

Creamy cauliflower by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Cauliflower cream. A great option.

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