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Patacones con Carne Desmechada (Fried Green Plantains with Shredded Beef) | My Colombian Recipes
I can’t even describe how good these patacones or tostones are! If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you’ve probably noticed by now how much I love patacones and this recipe is one of my favorites. I’ve been making this Patacones con Carne Desmechada recipe forever. It is a dish that looks and taste […]
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I had posted a pic in December of fried yucas but had not yet gotten around to putting the how to pics up yet. If you enjoy these, stop by in a few weeks when I get my how-2 guides up and running f…
Fritanga o Picada Colombiana ( Fried Food Platter) | My Colombian Recipes
I’m a Colombian who loves and misses Colombian food, even though some of those foods are just a bit unhealthy, like this Fritanga o Picada Colombiana, a platter of fried meats and vegetables. Though fritanga is something I eat once a year, it’s a traditional Colombian dish I thoroughly love and enjoy whenever I eat […]
Colombian-Style Fried Pork Belly (Chicharrón Colombiano) | My Colombian Recipes
Food represents heritage and tradition for Colombians. I was lucky to grow up in a family who loves to cook and memories of cooking and eating together are in my mind and my heart. Every time I cook, eat or smell traditional Colombian food, I am reminded of my country and my family. Chicharrón or […]
Latin American Cuisine: Fried Papas Criollas (Colombian-Style Fried Potatoes)
The king of the potatoes, when you ask a Colombian, is the small, yellow, creamy papa criolla, a particular cultivar that's really difficult to track down outside of Colombia. They can be cooked any number of ways—steamed, boiled, baked in salt, cooked into soup—but the simplest (and tastiest) is to fry them whole, skin and all.
Chorizos are popular all around Colombia. We eat them normally with corn dumplings or we include them into other dishes. They are not spicy hot, but