A Sofrito recipe known as Sazon in the Dominican Republic. Come experience the taste of quisqueya.
Cheese-filled cassava balls. Crispy outside, so fluffy, creamy and cheesy inside.
Mangu (mashed plantains) with sauteed Onions and Salami from the Dominican Republic
Roasted pepper confit. Serve on a toast, garnish rice and eggs, top your pasta with it. Many uses for this flavorful roasted pepper confit.
Plantain rustic broth. Simple soup, simple ingredients, strong flavors. Best cure for a hangover, or a case of the blues.
The perfect rice portion mixed with fava beans and cooked in a roasted pepper. Fancy looking and oh so easy!
Time for a delicious, refreshing treat: sweet potatoes popsicles
Spiced tomato jam: You've never tried tomato like this before.
Fish balls: Try this unusual way of serving fish. You will love it.
Rice with shrimps: Tropical flavors and easy-to-find ingredients in a dish that will please any taste.
Coconut caramel cream. Delicious, tropical and a lighter version of traditional creme caramel.
Locrio de molleja (Rice and chicken gizzards). Tender meat and very flavorful rice. Be surprised by this flavor of the tropics.
Guarapo de piña: Fermented pineapple juice: bubbly and cooling.
A bit sweet, a little sour, a tinge of spiciness, all combined in a juicy fall off the bone chicken.
Step aside KFC, this is how you do chicken! Flavorful, tender, crispy Dominican-style chicken.
Stewed shrimp. Simple, few ingredients but so delicious you will be surprised.
Tamarind and soursop juices. Exotic fruits, Caribbean flavors that you must try.
Rice and pineapple juice: An unusual combination, but this is a refreshing, delicious drink, perfect for the little ones.
Spicy beef tongue. An unusual cut, but one that is surprisingly tender and flavorful, specially served this way.
Delicious eggplants fritters. Perfect as a simple side dish for a summer meal.
Dominican-style chicken and rice. Loaded with flavors and vegetables.
Pan con aguacate (avocado-topped bread). Such a simple, delicious snack.
Fresh vegetables salad, part of the traditional Dominican meal.
Oatmeal and lime juice: a refreshing and nutritious kiddy-friendly drink.
Chofán, the Dominican version of Chow fran. Easy and absolutely delicious.
A delicious, veggie-ladden, satisfying meal for rainy and cold days.
Spic pork sausage and bulgur combined in a simple dish, unusual texture and a mouthful full of flavor.
Hen or chicken soup: part folk remedy, part nutrition and one very delicious soup.
Spiced non-dairy cocoa. Traditional Dominican confort food, a light alternative to dairy drinks.
Bulgur salad: light, exotic and delicious. This is the Dominican version of Tabouleh.
Caramelized ripe plantains with rum and cinnamon. Amazingly, not a dessert.
How to make the perfect concon, the popular Dominican crispy rice (Pegao in Puerto Rico).
The onion and thyme definitely dominate the flavors in this stew, but the "smokiness" of the lentils are never overpowered. It seems like a