Homemade Beef Empanadas - Eat, Live, Run
In case you’re wondering, I am still working my way through my list of meals to freeze for post baby! I really love making these meals, packaging them up and putting them out in our deep freezer. I love thinking that the next time I see them we’ll have a new family member! Such a crazy, weird thought. It seems like everyone on the internet recommends empanadas for a great post-baby meal. They are easy to reheat from frozen, deliciously satisfying and can be eaten with one hand, which I hear…
Rellenos de Papa
Rellenos de Papa Makes about 15 This recipe uses instant mashed potatoes 1½ cups water 7 tbsp margarine salt and pepper to taste ¼ tsp. garlic powder 1 cup milk 4 cups instant potato flakes…
Raisin Bread Pudding - At Home With My Honey
Brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg will fill your kitchen with sweet aromas and sweet memories of happy faces around your table. Serve this delicious Raisin Bread Pudding with whipped cream or with milk for breakfast for a change of pace. Recipe courtesy and reprinted with permission of Very Best Baking By Nestle
Puerto Rican Sweet Cornbread (Pan de Maiz)- It's Friday Let's Bake
The traditional Puerto Rican Cornbread. This sweet cornbread is the way to go in Puerto Rican bakeries. Unlike southern cornbread, Puerto Rican cornbread it’s sweet and moist, made with a rich base of milk and lots of butter for more sponge like loaf.
How to Make Empanada Dough (Masa Para Empanadas) in 6 Easy Steps
This slightly sweet empanada dough is less flaky than pie crust and produces tender, golden empanadas.
Simple Empanada Dough for Baking | My Colombian Recipes
If making empanada dough from scratch intimidates you, don’t let it! Homemade empanada dough requires only a handful of ingredients, flour, salt, egg, cold water and butter, and it comes together in under ten minutes! I love using my food processor for my homemade dough because it is quicker and easier than making it using […]
Traditional Panetela (Cake)
This is one of those desserts that goes by many different names, but the traditional recipe is essentially the same. In Puerto Rico, for example, we call it panetela and in Cuba, masa real. It’s easy to prepare and a versatile option. Although the traditional recipe calls for guava paste, you can also add white cheddar cheese or any other kind of fruit paste. Enjoy!
Lasaña de plátano, pura sabrosura caribeña.
También llamado Pastelón en Puerto Rico, esta receta está destinada a hacerte sonreír de la felicidad. Su elaboración es bastante similar a la de una lasaña convencional, solo que en lugar de usar pasta, el plátano será el sustituto estrella.Por aquí los pasos de una de las tantas versiones de esta delicia.
Puerto Rican Papas Rellenas (Stuffed Potatoes)
Puerto Rican Papas Rellenas - mashed potato croquettes stuffed with picadillo (ground beef hash) and fried to golden perfection!
Rellenos de Papa: A Tutorial
This past month, I received an email from a fan who was requesting a recipe for one of my favorite things in the world, a Relleno de Papa, and because I promised her that I would walk her through t…
Pastelillos de Carne (Puerto Rican Turnovers) | Pastelillo Dough Recipe
Pastelillos de carne are a Puerto Rican street food staple. This recipe is made with a homemade dough and flavor-packed beef filling.
Baked Beef Empanadas Recipe | Yummly
Excellent and easy. FYI, leave out the sofrito and adobo and put in finely diced red and green peppers. Some canned drained mushrooms and a slice of provolone and you
Rellenos De Papa (Stuffed Mashed Potatoes) Recipe - Food.com
I found this one at a Puerto Rican website (El Boricua.com) when I was not able to get a hold of GMa to tell me how to make them. :) It makes the process way much simple than the traditional. Yummy yummy!