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Recipe Idea for Lent: Ensalada de Bacalao (Puerto Rican Codfish Salad)

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The Lenten season began yesterday, with Ash Wednesday marking the beginning of a 7-week period of meatless Fridays before the Easter holiday for many households. Growing up in a Latino Catholic household, each year my family honored Cuaresma (Lent) by following the church’s traditions of fasting and abstinence from meat. On Ash Wednesday and every […]

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Sopa de Fideos con Salchichón (Puerto Rican Salami Soup) {Recipe}

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I recently shared my family’s recipe for Puerto Rican chicken noodle soup, which combines fideos with potatoes and carrots for a wonderful warm soup you’re sure to call comfort food. There’s another Puerto Rican soup that’s just as delicious and just as comforting on cold or rainy days – sopa de fideos con salchichón, or […]

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Puerto Rican Chicken Noodle Soup (Sopa de Fideos con Pollo de Puerto Rico) {Recipe}

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Though cold winter weather isn’t something we experience in Puerto Rico, this doesn’t stop us from enjoying a nice warm bowl of sopa de fideos con pollo on any given day. Sopa de fideos con pollo de Puerto Rico (because you’ll find sopa de fideos in other Latin American countries as well) is Puerto Rican […]

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Sample Meal Plan for a Week Full of Puerto Rican Food, Plus a Pollo Guisado Recipe

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{Sponsored content} Meal planning is now my best friend. I went years without menu planning and now can’t believe I ever went without planning my dinner menu in advance! Planning your meals for dinner ahead of time not only saves time in the kitchen, it also helps you with grocery shopping. Since I know what […]

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Limber de Mango (Mango Icy Treat) {Recipe}

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{Sponsored content} When my brothers and I reminisce on life in Puerto Rico, something that will no-doubt come up is el limber. Though we each have our preference in flavor – my personal favorite was always limber de coco, while they love flavors like limber de leche and limber de tamarindo – we all agree […]

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