my delicious meat patties/ puerto rican pastelillos
MY DELICIOUS MEAT PATTIES/ PUERTORICAN PASTELILLOS
chopped meat/ beef or chicken
sazon w/ culantro and achiote
hot pepper sauce
1 TABLESPOON TOMATO PASTE
salt to taste if needed
corn oil for frying
pimento stuffed olives
1put in a sauce pan the choped meat ,at medium heat put onions ,green pepper choped and minced garlic, also add cilantro dried and oregano 1 tablesoon of adobo seasoning and package of sazon w/ culantro and achiote annato for red color,also 2 tablespoon pimento olives,and tomato paste. stir with large spoon ,make sure eveything is blended taste and if you like it like that then don't add the salt, cover let meat cook at low heat,for 15 minutes. see if tender and well cook ,if too much extra oil drain and put aside ,ready to form the meat patties. take 1 disc dough for meat patties add 2 tablesppons fold with a fork press edges in one side and the other, do the same for all the pastelillo dic, when formed heat the oil and add 2 at a time at midium heat ,turning so it won't get darkend , just till golden brown, when finish arrange them in a flat plate and serve to ur kids or guess. makes 10 but if you want more , then double the amount, and buy more pattie disc. hope you enjoy this recepi, bon appettite.
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Sophia 3000 sophiadt3000 - Oct 22, 2011
Where do you find these dough disk or can you use a pie crust?
rosa rivera cookie23 - Oct 22, 2011
look for them where they sell goya products it's in the freezer section ask the grocer they would tell u ,or any supermarket, it's like pie dough but pie dough is flakier, the disc are already made and they come in 10's so if u see a plastic package that says pastelillos goya ,that them. so good luck , try a spanish market.
Vanessa "Nikita" Milare Kitkat777 - Oct 22, 2011
Another of my favorites.... Yummy... :)
rosa rivera cookie23 - Oct 23, 2011
very easy to make, tell me when you create them ok''