Dominican pumpkin and eggs – Dominican breakfasts

Dominican pumpkin and eggs

Dominican breakfasts 

 

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Dominican pumpkin (similar to some varieties of squash) is a very popular meal. It’s a very popular Dominican breakfast generally made boiled and as a side for fried or stewed salami or fried eggs.

This is another of the Dominican breakfasts pics we have been collecting.

Auyama con huevo frito

Pumpkin with fried egg

Dominican pumpkin or squash is widely consumed. We like it boiled (as in the pic) but we also use it to add creaminess to some of our stews, including Dominican Sancocho and Dominican stewed red beans

Huevo frito con auyama

fried eggs and “auyama” (Dominican pumpkin)

“Auyama” as Dominicans call it it’s also used widely to provide color to many dishes.

We leave you these pics and hope you enjoy them!

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About Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Escritor. Consultor. Historiador. Cocinero tradicional Dominicano. (Writer. Consultant. Historian. Dominican traditional food cook)
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