This popular dessert is made from coconut milk, cornstarch, sugar, and spices and has been a staple of Puerto Rican cuisine for generations.
The dish is typically made by layering slices of cooked sweet plantains with seasoned ground beef mixed with tomato sauce and adobo seasoning.
A mouthwatering plate of lechón, a popular Puerto Rican dish featuring a roasted whole pig with crispy skin and tender, flavorful meat, served on a plate.
The traditional recipe for pollo asado involves marinating the chicken in a blend of citrus juices, garlic, and seasonings before roasting it to perfection.
Made with juicy chicken simmered in a fragrant tomato-based sauce, sofrito, and spices, it’s the perfect comfort food.