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Tostones and fried eggs – Dominican breakfasts

Tostones or fried plantains are highly appreciated by Dominicans and a very common street food as well. Generally a side for a few slices of fried salami… Continue reading

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Fried plantain chips

Fried plantain chips (Chicharritas, platanitos, platanutres or mariquitas) Hello friends and fellow foodies! Fried plantain chips are extremely popular in the Caribbean and possibly the most popular in the Dominican Republic. They get called different names depending of the island. … Continue reading

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Rulo tostones! (/Rule/-Oh/)

Hello everyone! Recipes keep piling up and I keep having a hard time sharing them! Today I found a bit of time to share another Dominican jewel! As you probably know, Caribbean people are very (VERY) fond of Musaceae. Puerto Ricans, … 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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Plantain baskets!

Hello friends and fellow foodies!! Today I bring you a true marvel of Neo-Dominican Cuisine. A delicious, beautiful and creative finger food (I did not invent it, this is just my version) that tastes very much Dominican, so Caribbean, so … Continue reading

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