This is a sponsored post on behalf of Massive Sway. All opinions are my own. Croquetas are a food that reminds me of my hometown. I grew up in New…
Pastelón is a classic Puerto Rican dish made with layers of thinly-sliced sweet plantains, ground meat, 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.
A direct descendant Spanish Crema Catalana, Puerto Rican natilla is a rich milk custard flavored with cinnamon & lemon. It’s decadent, creamy and delish!
A traditional Puerto Rican delicacy, ensalada de pulpo (octopus salad) is a vibrant, fresh seafood salad that is perfect for Lent or Easter celebrations. I love octopus! Actually, I love…
Mantecaditos are classic Puerto Rican shortbread cookies that feature a guava paste center, and are especially popular for Christmas!
Coquito is a must at any Puerto Rican holiday fiesta, and this version features the delicious jolt of cafe!
There is nothing more quintessentially Puerto Rican than a deliciously tender, slow roasted pork shoulder, known as pernil. This pernil is tender, moist, juicy, aromatic, and shreds like pulled pork with no effort, just a slow cooker!
My tender, homemade cinnamon rolls feature a Latin inspired twist with the addition of a creamy, dreamy chocolate ganache icing.
Puerto Rican chicharrones de pollo are deliciously crispy morsels of fried chicken, marinated with Latin spices and wrapped in a super crunchy crust.
It’s that time of year, all things pumpkin spiced! While I’m a huge fan of all things pumpkin, sometimes, I find myself wanting to mix things up, after all, a…