Cooler weather calls for warm and filling soup! This cream of malanga perfectly hits the spot. Malanga is a starchy root vegetable widely used in the Caribbean, Central America as well as many south Asian cuisine. This recipe requires only a few ingredients for a delightful and satisfying meal. Ingredients: […]
Sopa de frijoles is a staple in all Honduran homes! This delicious and nutritious bean soup is very inexpensive to make and incredibly versatile. Dry beans are an affordable source of vegetable protein, dietary fiber, iron and healthy complex carbohydrates. If you’ve never tried frijoles de seda (Spanish for “silk […]
Dominican chambre stew combines meat, red beans, rice and auyama (squash) in a hearty and rich stew that is preferably accompanied by sliced avocado. Any other type of legume will do, although red beans and gandules (green pigeon peas) are most commonly used. This dish is very affordable and has an […]
This succulent fish stew with bacalao, or salted cod, is just perfect to warm up on a chilly day.
Fall is here! Let’s start enjoying the flavors of warming pumpkin spice drinks, squash, apples, cinnamon, cranberry sauce, creamy and hearty soups, stews and so much more! This soup will satisfy the cravings for fall flavors while at the same time provide excellent nutrition with all goodness in butternut squash […]
Tapado Costeño Hondureño is so representative of the Honduran cuisine. This rich soup uses a variety of seafood, more preferably, conch, but any white fish will do. Freshly pressed coconut milk gives the best flavor. Canned coconut milk is a good substitute, especially given that fresh coconut milk may be […]
This recipe is shared by Central American countries, with each country adding slightly different ingredients. In Honduras, it is traditionally made with range-free hens, although chicken is now commonly used in more urban regions of the country. The result is a thick, rich and succulent soup, very fulfilling, especially for […]