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African, Spanish, Taíno, and Middle Eastern flavors come together to make up traditional Dominican dishes.

45 Things To Eat & Drink In The Dominican Republic

African, Spanish, Taíno, and Middle Eastern flavors come together to make up traditional Dominican dishes.

Mashed Yucca with Garlic Sauce. Puerto Rican style mash! Forget the potatoes!

Mashed Yucca with Garlic Sauce. Puerto Rican style mash! Forget the potatoes!

Croquetas de pollo (Chicken croquettes) To die for. Make a dipping sauce of mayo/ketchup/lemon and chopped fresh cilantro.

Croquetas de Pollo Recipe (Chicken Croquettes)

Croquetas de pollo (Chicken croquettes) To die for. Make a dipping sauce of mayo/ketchup/lemon and chopped fresh cilantro.

Mangú (Mashed plantains) - typical Dominican breakfast food.... Yummmmmy! And one of my favorites!

Mangú (Mashed plantains)

Mangú (Mashed plantains) - typical Dominican breakfast food.... Yummmmmy! And one of my favorites!

Puerto Rican Pork Mofongo Recipe - ZipList

Puerto Rican Pork Mofongo Recipe - ZipList

Spaguettis "a la criolla" is a very common and traditional way to have spaguettis in Dominican Republic. A "must" in street food vendors...

Spaguettis "a la criolla" is a very common and traditional way to have spaguettis in Dominican Republic. A "must" in street food vendors...

Lechon: 45 Things To Eat & Drink In The Dominican Republic

Lechon: 45 Things To Eat & Drink In The Dominican Republic

Fried plantains are a popular side dish in both Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. To reduce calories, oven-fry them and serve with a dipping sauce made with reduced-fat sour cream.

Fried plantains are a popular side dish in both Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. To reduce calories, oven-fry them and serve with a dipping sauce made with reduced-fat sour cream.

Commonly the first is associated with the Dominican Republic and the second, with Puerto Rico, but in New York there's a lot of cross-pollination between the two cuisines. Description from eatingintranslation.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

45 Things To Eat & Drink In The Dominican Republic

Commonly the first is associated with the Dominican Republic and the second, with Puerto Rico, but in New York there's a lot of cross-pollination between the two cuisines. Description from eatingintranslation.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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