Tag Archives: el fogoncito

Yanikekes! (Dominican “Journey cakes”)

Hello everyone! As some of you know, Dominican Heat is the English edition and younger sister of our Spanish written page El Fogoncito. When I started translating our recipes I had been furiously writing recipes in Spanish for almost a year, which … Continue reading

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Racairo™ Style Congrí! (Dominican Bean rice)

Hello again! A few days ago we shared a Salmon prepared by our friends at Racairo™.  We love their videos, because we get to see traditional Dominican food as well as listen to their music. Dominican Heat and its Spanish … Continue reading

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“Arenque con trozo” (boiled plantains with stewed herring!)

“Tajo con trozo”, arenque con trozo (boiled plantains with stewed herring!) Dominican recipes, dominican food Hello friends! “Tajo con trozo” is a phrase that even for regular Dominicans will sound weird. You would have to be from the Dominican Northern … Continue reading

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DominicanHeat.Com

Hello friends and fellow foodies! Today I wanted to briefly explain what is probably more than evident by now. As many of you know, this is the English edition of my original Dominican food recipe website elfogoncito.net. As such, in … Continue reading

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Sweet potato salad!

Hello my dear friends and fellow foodies! Potato salad is one of my favorites. Today I share with you a slightly different version: a sweet potato salad! Sweet potato, besides being flavorful is considered healthier than the common potato, for … Continue reading

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Celeriac tostones!

Hello friends and fellow foodies! Today I share something different and simple: Celeriac tostones! Celeriac is a close relative of celery and a very aromatic root. We can fry it as tostones just like most roots. Caribbean people love tostones. … Continue reading

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“Arroz con pollo”!

Hello friends and fellow foodies! Today I bring you a very traditional Dominican and Puerto Rican recipe: “arroz con pollo”! (rice with chicken) It’s important to know that “arroz con pollo” (chicken with rice) is not the same as “chicken … Continue reading

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Ears and snout rice!

Hello everyone! A few days ago I shared the roasted ears and snouts, a popular Dominican street dish. Dominicans usually eat them roasted or fried. Roasted ears and snouts are also very popular in Puerto Rico, especially ears, which are … Continue reading

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