Tag Archives: puerto rican

El fogoncito’s first anniversary!

Hello my dear friends! Today is a very special day! Exactly one year ago, fighting my natural resistance to share my recipes, I decided to open this blog to share them. I first started with the Spanish side (elfogoncito.net) and … Continue reading

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A delicious “Lo Mein”!

Hello dear friends and fellow foodies!! Some days ago I shared my personal chow fan recipe! I admit that I’m a fan of Chinese food… well, I am a fan of food, period! LOL! For some time I have been … 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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Chicken Soup. Dominican style.

Hello friends!! Chicken soup is one of the most popular recipes in the western world. Nothing like a chicken soup in a fresh and cloudy day. Is there something more comforting than a chicken soup when we are in bed … Continue reading

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Stewed chicken. Santo Domingo Style!

Hello Everyone! Today I share a very traditional Dominican recipe. I had shared a stewed chicken recipe from “Cibao” (The North of the country) Today I share the traditional Santo Domingo (the capital city) recipe. (Estilo capitaleño) If you want … Continue reading

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Chili parmesan eggplant!

Hello friends! I have always been a fan of eggplant. I believe that the love for the beautiful purple fruit (or vegetable, your choice!) I owe to my mother. Mom always cooked delicious veggie dishes (even though we’re not vegetarians) … Continue reading

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Scrumptious seafood rice!

Hello Everyone! Today I share a wonderful “locrito”. (Remember a locrio is a rice with some protein. A “locrito” is a term of endearment Dominicans use for a small tasty locrio) It is extremely closely related to Paella. The same … Continue reading

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Pumpkin milk cream cannelloni!

Hello Everyone! A while ago I bought a package of cannelloni with the idea of preparing them one of these days. For some reason, laziness (or having made thousand recipes in the meantime) prevented me from getting to it. A … Continue reading

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