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Mojo Isleño – Red Snapper with Islander Sauce

08.29.2014 · Posted in Main Dishes

Literally, Mojo Isleño means "islander sauce" and Pargo (red snapper) is the traditional fish for this recipe, though grouper, cod, tilapia or any white-flesh fish will do. This sauce is very close to a Sofrito with the usual Puerto Rican ingredients: garlic, onion, sweet red and green peppers, tomatoes, green olives, ...

Roasted Chicken with Tuscan Sauce, Fried Polenta and Balsamic Peppers

10.03.2011 · Posted in Main Dishes, Side Dishes

Remove the skin of the chicken if you must and top it with a quick Tuscan sauce and shaved Parmesan. Polenta triangles sauteed in butter and garlic provide the starch and sauteed aje dulces chiles (or bell peppers) with a drizzle of Balsamic vinegar lend a bit of crunch. ...

Cole Slaw with Pumarosa Fruit

08.29.2010 · Posted in Salads & Dressings

It looks very much like an elongated delicious apple, slightly tart with a delicate rose flavor. Hence, the name rose apple. Its also known as a red-skinned pear because the skin and flesh is more like that of a pear. The flesh is white and there is a small pit inside like ...

Puerto Rican Tabasco – Pique Boricua

This sauce is nicely piquant like the Tabasco brand of hot sauce we're all familar with. However, in this sauce there is a sweet undertone from fermented pineapple. That's right, pineapple wine is fermented along with aji caballero chilies, garlic, herbs and spices to create this condiment. ...