Puerto Rico

Hosted by Nelida Perez Tort
Group active since Fri, May 20, 2011

Just a little savor from the island!

Elsa H. Dunton
Sep 22, 2013

Hello!!!!!!!

Just wanted to say hello to everyone ;D

Helene Lopes
Jul 30, 2013

I am happy to join

Thank you for having this group. My son-in-law is PR and I would love to make recipes for him and our family. Puerto Rican food is tasty and fresh and yummy. He has cooked for us, at Christmas, a traditional meal. However, he is a chef and works crazy hours so cook time at home is very rare. I am looking forward to surprising him! Love to cook, Helene

Evelyn Peña
Jan 25, 2013

Saludos, saludos vengo a saludar....

Hello ladies, Im beyond excited to have found this group! Im from Arecibo PR but I been living in USA since my parents brought me here. I lived in Chicago 45 yrs and now I live in TX. Can't wait to try some of these recipies. Weeeepa!


anabel martes
Dec 8, 2012

Saludos a todos desde Columbus Ga

I'm so glad that I found a group with my delicious island food...were can exchange recipes...

Cathy LaFay
Sep 29, 2012

Cooking with Oswald Rivera: Pasteles

Found this on Youtube on how to make Pasteles

youtube.com/watch?v=0jYYDdGO2kc&feat...

you will have to click on part 2 when this one is done... it should show up on the side

Karen Burson
Sep 29, 2012

Saludos!

Hi ! I just joined this group! My name is Karen and I live in Texas. However, I am a gringariqueña who lived in Puerto Rico for 20 years. My 1st husband was Puerto Rican. I learned so much about the people, the culture, the history and the food which is to die for! I will be happy to share recipes.

There is one thing to be said about the cuisine of SABOR!! (Flavor!)

Buen Provecho a todos!!

Blanca Fernandez
Apr 13, 2012

Aranitas

These are fried Plantains

Ingredientes:
3 or 4 large green plantains
Adobo to taste (Goya brand is what we use)

Instructions:
Peel the plantains.
Grate using the largest blades in your manual grater. Leave the pieces as long as you possibly can.

Season thoroughly, to taste Fry in very hot oil, a few pieces at a time.Don't worry if they all get tangled together and look like a bird's nest. That's part of the effect. Remove them when they are golden in color and set over paper towels to soak the frying oil.

Let cool and enjoy.

Corrine Mimikos
Feb 11, 2012

Puerto Rican Food

My guy is from PR and I love to cook. I have made some from recipes that i found but nothing like the real deal..So, if anyone has some good home food from PR please publish so I can give him a treat..