Tag Archives: El Fogoncito in English

Coconut pigeon pea stuffed chicken!

¡Hello my dear friends! Today I share another one of my many versions of “roasted chicken” (In the Spanish side I have many more than in the English side, sorry about that!) For this version I recommend few people or … Continue reading

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Pork tenderloin & prune sauce!

Hello my dear friends!! After some days off the kitchen (In which I devoted myself to eating other people’s food) today I’m finally back! This recipe is a variation of mommy’s traditional recipe and it is truly impressive. (yes, I … Continue reading

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Jamaican Breeze: Markie B!

Hello to all!! As the say goes: I wasn’t dead, I was just partying!! LOL! Well, as you know, my “Sous chef” and I were celebrating our anniversary and just came back last Wednesday. I took some 200 pictures of … Continue reading

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Dominican southern classics!: “Chenchén” (\shen-shen\)

Hello friends!! “Chenchén” is one of the most distinctive Dominican Southern dishes. Chenchén with stewed goat meat is probably and by far the most typical Dominican Southern meal. A hot chenchén just out of the pan sided with a saucy … Continue reading

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Chow fan! (Dominican Style)

Hello my dear friends! Chow fan is a dish that became popular a long time ago in the Republic Of the Dominican Republic. The Chinese migrations have influenced the customs in many countries. The interesting thing about Chinese food is, … Continue reading

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Caribbean style stewed shrimp!

Hello dear friends!! Today I bring you a very Caribbean, very Dominican, very simple and very flavorful dish. Caribbean people love to have something to dipp in the sauce when we make a sauce rich dish. Today I coupled the … Continue reading

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Fogoncito’s “au gratin” sweet potatoes!

Hello friends! Today I bring you a simple and delicious recipe. It is an excellent garnish and even a recipe that can be used  as a stand alone for any family activity, etc. Ingredients  3 sweet potatoes. 2 spoonfuls of … Continue reading

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Pasta and eggplant two ways

Hello Everyone! After some days offline due to a serious mishap with our laptop today we’re back with even more strength! I thank you all for your support in spite of the forced slow down. Far from a decrease in … Continue reading

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