This Pollo Asado recipe is a fantastic and authentic version of the classic grilled chicken commonly found in Puerto Rico, Cuba and other parts of the Caribbean. A bold citrus marinade keeps the chicken juicy and makes it super flavorful!
Pinchos, Spanish for “spikes,” are a Puerto Rican “fast food” staple. Delish, simple, handheld and versatile, pinchos are usually made with pork or chicken. Nothing beats a pincho hot off the grill, and now you can have these at home!
Loaded with tender chicken breast and lots of Latin spices, these mouth-watering Puerto Rican style chicken empanadas are crispy on on the outside, juicy on the inside and absolutely packed with flavor!
Colombian Ajiaca is a chicken and potato soup native to the region of Bogotá, Colombia’s sprawling, high-altitude capital. It’s perfect for cold winter nights and whenever you need a bowl of comforting chicken soup.
Asopao is Puerto Rico’s national soup and one of the most important gastronomic recipes in Puerto Rico. This version features chicken, the most classic version of this one pot wonder.
This recipe for chicken and chorizo paella pays homage to the traditional Spanish dish. The flavors of saffron, chorizo and sofrito gives this easy recipe an authentic Spanish flair.
Cornish Hens are perfect for the holidays. They feel luxurious, but are budget friendly and quick cooking. Pair them with a chorizo cornbread stuffing for a holiday feast filled with an explosion of Latin flavors!
The star of my Puerto Rican Thanksgiving dinner table has always been, and will always be pavochon, a whole turkey that’s seasoned and cooked like Puerto Rican roast pork!
This simply delicious Puerto Rican chicken stew is a one pot wonder. Simply toss a few Latin pantry staples into a pot with some chicken, and you’ve got an amazing crowd-pleasing and budget-friendly meal!
Puerto Rican chicharrones de pollo are deliciously crispy morsels of fried chicken, marinated with Latin spices and wrapped in a super crunchy crust.