Bacalaítos are an immensely popular staple in Puerto Rico. All over the island you’ll find these cod fritters sold from small roadside kiosks, and any street fair there will usually feature several stands of crispy Bacalaítos. With the help of GOYA® Adobo All-Purpose Seasoning and some garlic, our Bacalaítos recipe yields traditional Puerto Rican cod fritters, prepared as they have been for generations.
Arroz Con Pollo or Chicken with Rice. Puerto Rican version. Note: Alcaparras are capers. You can google Puerto Rican Sofrito and find a recipe for it. Each country's recipe for sofrito is a little different. Pegao refers to the "burnt rice" at the bottom of the pot. It's considered a treat by many. I would brown the chicken in a very hot skillet first to give it more color.
Pollo Guisada starts with sofrito, the base of Puerto Rican cuisine. Sofrito is to Puerto Rican food what a mirepoix is to French cooking or the trinity is to Cajun/Creole Cuisine. The Guisada was full of pieces of chicken on the bone, peppers, garlic, onions, herbs, tomato sauce, potatoes, and cilantro. Delicious!!! The recipe follows and I heartily recommend that you try this one. Your family will love it.
This lens is all about authentic Puerto Rican flan recipes. These flan recipes are so easy to follow and so delicious. Flan is one of the most popular desserts among the Hispanic community but lately non Hispanics are also falling in love with the flan. I hope you will try them yourselves.