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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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Cuban Dulce de Leche Cheesecake

Cuban Dulce de Leche Cheesecake by Cuban Cuisine

An Easter Cheesecake for Dulce de Leche Lovers! Love cheesecake?  Cuban Cuisine presents a new flavour that will make your day! Our dulce de leche cheesecake recipe combines the tangy taste and velvety texture of the original, with luscious caramel flavor. What's more, Cuban Cuisine's dulce de leche cheesecake is baked in a homemade…

1 vote
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Baho

Baho by Chef Smith

Baho, or vaho, is one of the cornerstones of Nicaraguan cuisine. Beef, plantains and yuca (cassava) are wrapped in banana leaves and steamed over water in a large pot. Baho is food for a Sunday afternoon. Start the recipe on Saturday by marinating the meat. Vaho means "mist" in Spanish and evokes the unique cooking method for this…

1 vote
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Curtido

Curtido by Chef Smith

Curtido is a simple cabbage salad traditionally served with pupusas. Large jars of curtido are kept at restaurants and sides of the slaw are served with most meals. Curtido is usually allowed to ferment slightly at room temperature before serving, becoming a kind of Salvadoran sauerkraut.

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Salvadorian Cheese Pupusa

Salvadorian Cheese Pupusa by Chef Smith

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West Indies Pollo Criollo (Creole Chicken)

West Indies Pollo Criollo (Creole Chicken) by myra byanka

This dish is from the Dominican Republic, contains a hint of nutmeg, and is simply good. Best refrigerated overnight. Recipe, tweaked, from "The New York Times."

2 votes
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Roasted pig's snouts and ears

Roasted pig's snouts and ears by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

I know this will be literally “hard to swallow” for many! LOL! But staying true to the site theme (Traditional Dominican food) Believe me when I say that even though I myself have a bit of a hard time eating it, the taste is great! This is one of the most popular and favored street foods. In the street it is generally fried instead…

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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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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…

2 votes
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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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A Delicious Cassava (Yuca) Mofongo!

A Delicious Cassava (Yuca) Mofongo! by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Mofongo is one of those foods that Dominicans love. I have already shared many versions, including a sweet potato recipe and a video recipe from our youtube channel. But mofongo can be made in so many ways that far from being over, I’m just beginning! The yuca (cassava) mofongo is one of those very traditional and appreciated…

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Coconut pigeon pea rice stuffed chicken!

Coconut pigeon pea rice stuffed chicken! by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

¡Hello my dear friends! Today I share another one of my many versions of “roasted chicken” For this version I recommend few people or a good referee since I usually have brawls over the stuffing! LOL! This recipe came up as I prepared food for one of our famous family reunions. I prepared the coconut pigeon pea rice early to…

1 vote
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Au gratin sweet potatoes

Au gratin sweet potatoes by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Today I bring you a simple and delicious recipe. It is an excellent garnish and even a recipe that can be used as a stand alone for any family activity, etc.

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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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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…

3 votes
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