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45 Things To Eat & Drink In The Dominican Republic

Croquetas | 45 Things To Eat & Drink In The Dominican Republic

45 Things To Eat & Drink In The Dominican Republic

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

Puerto Rican Pork Mofongo Recipe - ZipList

Mofongo is a Puerto Rican dish made by mashing tostones (twice fried plantains) with garlic, olive oil, and bacon.

Pasteles En Hoja | Community Post: 45 Things To Eat & Drink In The Dominican Republic

Pasteles en Hoja Recipe (Plantain and Beef Pockets): Few dishes are as cherished to Dominicans as this. It is an essential component of the Christmas and New Year's Eve dinner.

Batata Frita | 45 Things To Eat & Drink In The Dominican Republic

From January 26 to February 27 Dominican Republic celebrates its patriotic month by commemorating our Founding Fathers and the symbol.

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45 Things To Eat & Drink In The Dominican Republic

Bacalo Guisado Stewed Salted Cod

Bacalao Guisado (Stewed Salted Cod

Bacalao guisado is stewed salted cod — a fish that’s very popular in the Caribbean. Bacalao is enjoyed in the Dominican year round, but it’s especially common during Easter and Lent.

Morir Soñando (To die dreaming)    This drink from the Dominican Republic is very refreshing during a hot summer day. It is sweet, filling and nourishing.    Ingredients:  2 cups fresh squeezed orange juice  (or Tropicana orange juice)  2 cups milk (I like evaporated milk, because it tastes richer)  1/4 cup sugar,   1/2 tpn vanilla,  Lots of crushed ice!  Mix sugar, milk and vanilla until sugar has incorporated into liquid. Add orange juice and whisk. Pour over ice and serve with a a straw!

This drink is so good! Co-worker brought for a potluck at work - I will make this for my grandchildren Morir Soñando (To die dreaming) This drink from the Dominican Republic is very refreshing during a hot summer day. It is sweet, filling and nourishing.

Receta Mangú (Puré Dominicano de Plátano Verde): componente típico del desayuno dominicano y uno de nuestros platos más populares.

Mangú (Puré Dominicano de Plátano Verde)

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