Celebrate the Spring Season 

12 Mouthwatering Dishes from the Dominican Republic


Here are some of the favorite recipes from the Dominican Republic that can be served during Easter. If these dishes sound irresistible, it is recommended to practice them a few times before serving. These delicious recipes are sure to impress the whole family!


Yaniqueques are thin, fluffy, yet crispy treats that are commonly served on the street and at fancier restaurants.

Dominican Tostones

Tostones are twice-fried green (unripe) plantain slices. What makes them so great is that they provide a relatively neutral flavor that serves as a vessel for other dishes.


Along with the meat, there are several popular vegetables that are added for heartiness and flavor. These include anything like corn, cassava, potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, pumpkins, or unripe green plantains.


Making the fritters is pretty easy. You will need basic fritter ingredients like eggs, milk, sugar, and cornstarch.


This is one of the simplest, yet most flavorful and filling recipes we will cover today. Make sure that when you do prepare this dish, you make enough to last you a week!

Morir Soñando

This beverage has many versions, but there are only a few that can be seen as truly authentic. For this recipe, you would need milk, orange juice, and flavorings like vanilla and sugar, that’s pretty much it!