All Puerto Rican

  • Two Glasses of Coquito
    40 min
    Think of Coquito as the Puerto Rican version of eggnog! It's made with a blend of coconut ingredients, cinnamon, and rum. One batch makes plenty for a party.
  • Puerto Rican Stewed Crab
    30 min
    Healthy
    Puerto Rican Salmorejo de Jueyes is a treat for anyone who loves crab! Traditionally an all-day family affair, buying lump crab meat means you can have this hearty stew and rice on the table in about a half an hour.
  • 1 hr
    Pastelón is a classic Puerto Rican dish made with layers of thinly-sliced plantains, ground beef, and cheese! Think of it as a Puerto Rican version of lasagna. It's the perfect casserole to make for a potluck or family gathering.
  • Puerto Rican Rice with Pork
    50 min
    Gluten-Free
    Puerto Rican Arroz con Tocino is such an easy weeknight meal. It's made with rice and salt pork (or bacon!) and topped with a fried egg. You can also eat this for breakfast!
  • Spicy Chicken Nuggets
    1 hr, 5 min
    Spicy Chicken Nuggets! A specialty of Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, these chicken nuggets are marinated in lime juice, rum, and soy sauce, dredged in flour and paprika and fried.
  • Puerto Rican Stew with Pigeon Peas
    1 hr, 30 min
    This hearty, filing Puerto Rican stew is full of pigeon peas, shrimp, and rice. It's satisfying soul food for cold days—or any day you need some TLC. Soaking the rice ahead of time speeds up the cooking.
  • Air Fryer Tostones on parchment paper with a bowl of salt nearby.
    1 hr, 5 min
    Vegetarian
    Salty, crispy tostones get an update in the air fryer! Skip the greasy pan-fried method, and instead, toss them in a little oil and double “fry” them in your air fryer. Serve them with a simple, but tasty mayo ketchup sauce.
  • Side view of lenten fish with garlic sauce on a plate with a blue edge. A blue striped napkin and a black fork are to the left of the plate. The large fillet is crispy and pink on the outside. Lettuce and cut red and orange peppers are to the right of the snapper. A bowl of rice and black beans is to the upper right of the image. A jar with a spoon inside has chillo al Ajuillo inside. Behind is a platte with more lettuce and snapper.
    27 min
    Allergy-Friendly
    This simplified version of a classic Puerto Rican Lenten dish takes a restaurant staple and makes it easy for the home cook. Red snapper fillets are rubbed with citrus-garlic marinade, then pan-fried until the outside is crispy, and the inside is flaky and tender. A zesty garlic-vinegar sauce is the finishing touch!
  • Homemade bundt shaped templeque is on a coral plate with a gold spoon set to the left. The tembleque has toasted, shredded coconut mounded in the center. Behind the plate is a striped dish towel, small white container and yellowl plate all in partial view.
    20 min
    Allergy-Friendly, Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Vegan, Vegetarian
    Simple desserts are sometimes best. Puerto Rican Coconut Pudding, or tembleque, is a simple dessert made from ingredients you probably have on hand – coconut milk, sugar, and cornstarch. You can dress it up with lime, orange, or cinnamon. It only takes 20 minutes of hands-on time!