We all have recipes that remind us of our family and taste like home. In fact, many times we add a personal touch, to really make them our own. This Hispanic Heritage month, @recetaslily, @mydominicankitchen and @mycolombianrecipes shared the recipes they grew up loving with a touch of personal style. Featuring the flavors of Latin America and the Caribbean, Tropical Cheese products are essential for our tastes and traditions.
Made with ripe plantain and stuffed with Tropical Ham and Tropical Queso Blanco, @RecetasLily makes these delicious no-fry, baked plantain rolls. They are a great option for those who want to enjoy plantains but avoid the frying, and also for lovers of the popular plátano pinto, plátano maduro, plátano macho, among other names depending on where you are from. When you take the rolls out of the oven, get ready to adopt a new family favorite. Serve them with Nata Tropical, to have the full Venezuelan experience.
This picadera is a real party on a plate! @MyDominicanKitchen knows how to greet guests with a Charcuterie plate, This picadera is a real party on a plate! @MyDominicanKitchen knows how to greet guests with this Tropical-style charcuterie board. Inspired by the Dominican picadera her aunt made at home, she created this version using Tropical Queso de Freír, Tropical Longaniza and Salami, Tropical Queso de Papa and Queso Blanco, yuca, casava bread, tostones chips and sweet plantain chips. The life of the party is here!
@MyColombianRecipes shared with us one of her favorite recipes, which she remembers from her “mamita’s” house in Colombia. For her and all Latinos, food is the best way to preserve her culture wherever she is. Her delicious Cheese Arepas with Tropical Quesito Colombiano, Tropical Chorizo and chimichurri are a snack that we can all savor now.