The Puerto Rican version of Italian lasagna, but with ripe plantains as the determining ingredient, as opposed to the sheets of pasta of the European dish, although the cheese is invariable.
It is a kind of coconut pudding, creamy, made with sugar, corn starch and coconut milk, similar to coconut rice, but its consistency is much softer.
One of the most popular fried foods in Puerto Rico. They can be made of yucca or unripe green plantain. They are filled with chopped meat, pepper, capers and tomatoes.
It is the North American version of mashed potatoes, but made with fried mashed green plantains, ajó (garlic) and chicharrones (pork rinds).
This snack, which is prepared with ham and beef, is often offered by the numerous food trucks that swarm the streets of the island, especially during the nighttime.