Recipes List (111)
| Mexican Charcuterie Board |
Get ready for the cheese fiesta! Tropical has the Mexican products you need to do this amazing charcuterie board. The delicious variety of cheeses and meats, accompanied by traditional sides like guacamole, cheesy dips, mango, jícama, watermelon with chili powder, all the tortilla chips you can fit and your favorite salsas.
| Sweet Plantain Cheese Empanadas |
These Sweet Plantain Cheese Empanadas are the perfect combination of sweet and salty. They’re easy to prepare, and you can fry them or bake them. Use Tropical Queso Blanco to fill the Plantain Empanadas and enjoy them!
| Guatemalan Chicken in Cream |
Creamy chicken at its best! This tender chicken smothered in Tropical Guatemalan Cream and covered in Tropical Queso Fresco Centroamericano is irresistible, and it’s easy enough to make any day of the week.
| Folded Tortilla Wrap |
Unfold layers of flavor! This tortilla hack got trendy, and now it got spicy! We use Tropical Chorizo Picante, Tropical Mexican Blend Cheese, and Tropical Queso Fresco to have a wrap stacked with flavors for the perfect bite in every bite.
| Cheese and Jalapeño Tamales |
Mexican tamales have gone from street food to fancy plates. Cheese and Jalapeño tamales, known as Tamales de rajas con queso, are a real classic. These Tropical Queso Fresco and jalapeño tamales are fun to make and will give you a total Mexican flavor experience.
| Salami and Cheese Pizza Dip |
Meet your kids’ new fav dip! This recipe brings you an easy and fast way to prepare and enjoy this snack whenever hunger strikes! It uses Tropical Mozzarella Cheese, Crema Mexicana, and Salami Especial. Enjoy!
| Keto Queso de Freir Avocado Toast with Pesto Eggs |
Everyone loves avocado toast, but the bread adds a lot of carbs. This Keto recipe replaces the bread with a delicious golden piece of fried Queso de Freír. A trendy brunch made at home, low in carbs, high in protein, and full of flavor.
| Entomatadas (Tomato Enchiladas) |
Everyone loves enchiladas, but sometimes, you don’t feel like something spicy. Entomatadas are practically enchiladas, but the sauce is made of tomatoes instead of hot peppers. In this recipe, we fill the Entomatadas with Tropical Panela Cheese and top with Mexican Queso Fresco and Mexican Crema.
| Corn Cheesy Dip |
This easy and delicious dip is itself a reason to get together. It will add fun and flavor to any game or celebration with family and friends. The combination of Tropical cheeses gives it different textures and creaminess only understood when tasted.
| Papas a la Huancaína |
Originating from the Huancayo area of Peru, Papas a la Huancaína (Huancayo-style potatoes) is an authentic and unique potato salad dish consisting of a spicy, creamy, and rich cheese sauce, drizzled over boiled yellow or white potatoes. This recipe uses Tropical Queso Peruano to keep it even more traditional.
| Air Fryer Cheese Jalapeño Poppers |
Jalapeños and Cheese are always part of a good party. And now, air fryers are making delicious appetizers easier and healthier. These bacon-wrapped cheesy jalapeño poppers have the perfect balance of flavors, textures, and yes, Mexican colors. Tropical cheeses will give you melty deliciousness.
| Mangú con Tres Golpes |
Tres Golpes is the most recognized breakfast of the Dominican Republic and consists of fried cheese, salami and eggs. Tres Golpes can be Keto-friendly if the mangú is replaced with avocado or cauliflower puree. Learn more about this Tropical breakfast.
| Keto Chaffles |
The popular “chaffles” (cheese waffles) are a delicious breakfast option, made with only Queso Blanco, egg, and almond flour. This recipe uses chaffles to make a high-protein, low-carb and delicious sandwich with Tropical Mozzarella and Ham. You can enjoy it at breakfast, brunch or anytime!
| Pan-seared Queso de Freír |
Queso de Freír (frying cheese) is very popular on the Keto diet because of its high protein and low carbohydrate content. Pan-seared Queso de Freír is deliciously golden and juicy inside. Try it now!
| Baked Queso Fresco Pasta |
The Baked Queso Fresco Pasta is a unique and innovative way of making dinner. This pasta recipe can be made with Tropical Queso Fresco Mexicano or Tropical Queso Fresco Centroamericano, which will soften in the oven and crumble seamlessly when mixed with the pasta. Enjoy!
| Arepas with Chorizo and Poached Egg |
These Arepas with Tropical Chorizo and Poached egg are the ideal sunny Sunday brunch. You can make them with Tropical Quesito Colombiano and Tropical Chorizo Colombiano. You’ll become everyone's favorite brunch chef.
| Cheese and Bean Burrito |
Quick Dinner. Instant Happiness. Get ready for your new favorite Burrito. This Oaxaca Cheese and Bean Burrito is a delicious dinner or snack that everybody will love. It’s easy, cheesy and the ultimate comfort food.
| Oaxaca Grilled Cheese Sandwich |
Check out this delicious Tropical Oaxaca grilled cheese sandwich with bacon and chipotle crema dipping sauce by our friend Catherine from @aseasonedgreeting! This next level grilled cheese uses Oaxaca cheese, grated and melted to perfection. Take a look at the recipe below and delight the entire family with this new twist on a classic.
| Tropical Bowls with Queso de Freír |
Ana Quincoces - @AnaQooks - and her mom made these delicious Tropical Bowls with golden and crispy Queso de Freír. View recipe here!
| Domino Arepas with Black Beans and Cheese |
The Tropical Cheese Venezuelan line is now available in Florida! Here is the recipe for Domino Arepas with black beans and cheese (even how to make the arepas fresh). Enjoy!
| Potatoes with Crema and Quesito Colombiano |
Papas Chorreadas, a simple yet creative Colombian dish will impress everyone: roasted red potatoes covered with a combination of cream, tomatoes, cheese, scallions and sprinkled with crispy bacon bits. Read more here.
| Yuca Pancakes with Queso Blanco and Veggies |
Yuca pancakes are a Guatemalan everyday dish that can be made sweet or savory. This traditional recipe combines delicious Queso Blanco and your choice of vegetables. An ideal meal for the entire family, you’ll look like a star while the kids will enjoy their veggies like never before.
| Pumpkin Cream Soup with Queso Frito |
A delicious pumpkin soup to warm your soul, simple to prepare yet naturally nutritious. This is an elegant dish made with Crema Salvadoreña, topped with Queso Frito croutons and toasted pumpkin seeds to add a smooth flavor and a crunchy texture. A soup with these unique touches is bound to impress everyone at the table.
| Mexican Lasagna |
In this recipe, we renew traditional lasagna with a Mexican twist, replacing the pasta sheets with fried corn tortillas. We make layers with chicken, corn and Crema Mexicana to add creaminess and smoothness to the dish. Finally, it’s topped with Mexican Natural Cheese Blend.
| Nopales with Queso Frito and Ham |
Nopal cactus is a healthy and tasty vegetable used in a wide variety of dishes, drinks and health remedies in Mexico, and now they are widely available at many supermarkets. We want to delight you with this easy dish filled with delicious queso frito.
| Tropical Mangú Pastelón |
The combination of sweet and savory ingredients in this pastelón makes it a classic of Dominican cuisine. For this recipe, we’ve added Crema Centroamericana and shredded Queso Blanco to the iconic Dominican Mangú, in order to make it creamier. And it’s finished with a layer of Queso de Papa grated on top; after baking, it forms a delicious golden crust.
| Queso Frito and Fish Tostones |
We got inspired by the traditional Dominican Patacón to create this recipe by frying the whole green plantain and then topping it with slices of Queso Frito and fried fish.
| Elena Ruz Sandwich with Queso Frito |
Elena Ruz Sandwich is a simple and delicious Cuban sandwich made of turkey cold-cuts, cream cheese and strawberry jam. We are bringing back this popular sandwich by using Queso Frito to add a creamy and crunchy layer, or you can use a slice of Queso Blanco. This is also a great idea for the day after Thanksgiving using your turkey and cranberry sauce for leftovers that will delight.
| Vaca Frita with Queso de Papa Flatbread |
This recipe for Vaca Frita is a close cousin to Cuba's famous Ropa Vieja. However, the beef for Vaca Frita is marinated in lime, garlic, and salt, then seared until crispy. Here, we make Vaca Frita in the traditional way, but serve it on top of an Arepa Amarilla. The perfect recipe to bring out our flavors in a flatbread.
| Crunchy Double Catrachas |
Catrachas are one of the most popular snacks in Honduras, known for their great taste and simplicity. Our version of this classic is made with crispy fried corn tortillas, layers of refried beans, Queso Blanco, lettuce, a fried egg, topped with avocado, crumbled Queso Fresco and drizzled with Crema Hondureña to turn it into the perfect weekend breakfast.
| Tamalito Pies with Queso Fresco and Chorizo Mexicano |
We’re renewing the traditional tamal with this easy, delicious, and fun recipe. These mini-pie tamales with Queso Fresco and Chorizo Mexicano are a great appetizer and will impress your guests.
| Honduran Baleadas |
Have you ever tried Baleadas Hondureñas? This is one of the most popular and traditional Honduran food recipes. It is as simple as it is delicious. Most likely, you already have the ingredients in your fridge, and can make them at lunch, dinner, or serve them as snacks. Here we show you how to make Honduran Baleadas. See this delicious recipe.
| Queso Fundido with Chorizo |
Queso Fundido is a Mexican style of melted cheese, which typically has chorizo, mushrooms or poblano peppers inside. It’s served with chips or corn or flour tortillas so that everyone can make their own delicious quesadilla at the table. It’s a great no-fuss appetizer that can also be served as a main course.
| Stuffed Ripe Plantains |
Ingredients: 4 ripe large plantains 2 tablespoons butter, melted 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 small onion, chopped 1 small green bell pepper, seeded and chopped ½ pound ground beef 2 tablespoons sofrito 1 teaspoon ground cumin ½ teaspoon salt ¼ teaspoon ground black pepper 1 cup shredded TROPICAL Queso Blanco Preparation: Preheat oven to 400*F. […]
| Cilantro Lime Crema |
Cilantro Lime Crema is simply Crema Mexicana Tropical, fresh cilantro and lime. It’s very easy to prepare and dangerously easy to eat. You can put Cilantro Lime Crema on your favorite tacos, like shrimp, fish, beef, or over chicken flautas. Make your own Cilantro Lime Crema at home, and you’ll taste the difference.
| Chipotle Crema |
In small bowl combine crema and chipotle peppers; stir to mix well.
| Colombian Corn Cakes (Envuelto de Maíz) |
To prepare Colombian Corn Cakes (Envuelto de maíz), remove husks from corn cobs; set aside. Cut kernels from cobs to make 2 cups. Read more here.
| Rellenos de Chayote |
Chayote squash is a fruit, although it is used as a vegetable. Cuajada Cheese is very popular in Central America; it’s soft and fresh. This recipe uses boiled chayote filled with cheese, covered in egg batter, and cooked in the oven, creating a delicious combination of flavors and textures.
| Queso Fresco Topped Hot Dog and Freír Fries |
To prepare Queso Fresco Topped Hot Dog, cut each hot dog in half lengthwise, being careful not to cut all the way through; open in center. Read more.
| Tropical Hot Appetizer Platter |
To prepare this platter, peel and cut the yucca into serving portions, bring water to boil in a pot and place the yucca inside the boiling water. Read more.
| Queso de Freír Sticks with Marinara Sauce |
This dish is a great alternative to Mozzarella sticks. To prepare Queso de Freír sticks, cut the Queso de Freír in lengthwise strips about 1 inch thick. Fry them until they are crispy and golden. Read more here.
| Cheesy Stuffed Peppers |
Stuffed Peppers (Chiles Rellenos) are a tradition in Mexico. They originated in Puebla, but they’re in every Mexican household and restaurant. In this recipe, we use Tropical Queso Fresco Mexicano, Mexican Chorizo, drizzled with Crema Mexicana. Enjoy the authentic Mexican flavors with these Cheesy Stuffed Peppers.
| Eggplant Cheese Towers |
To prepare Eggplant Cheese Towers, cook half of eggplant slices until lightly browned and tender on both sides, turning once. Read more.
| Queso Blanco Lasagna |
To prepare Queso Blanco Lasagna, cook lasagna noodles as package directs. Drain. Cook onion until tender-crisp, about 5 minutes. Read more.
| Locro de Papa |
What can be better than this Ecuadorian soup recipe to warm your heart? Locro de Papa, a potato and cheese soup, is a staple dish in Ecuador. Get some Tropical Cheese at your local grocery store and prepare this delightful soup for dinner tonight.
| Queso BLT Bites |
To prepare Queso BLT Bites, cut Queso de Freir into ¼-inch-thick slices. Cook cheese slices until golden brown on both slices. Read more.
| Spaghetti with Salami and Queso de Freír |
Heat a saucepan with the olive oil and add the onion, green pepper, and garlic. Cook until the onion becomes tender and translucent.
| Bacalao Guisado |
Add the bacalao to a large pot and completely cover it with water. Bring the water to a boil and let it cook for 3-5 minutes.
| Fried Cheese Cubes with Dipping Sauces |
Queso de Freír is a fresh, white cheese with a firm texture that doesn't melt when heated and maintains its properties when fried. It’s a favorite in the Caribbean, especially in the Dominican Republic. It is traditionally consumed as a part of the quintessential Dominican breakfast, called Tres Golpes, which consists of fried cheese, salami, and mangú (mashed boiled green plantains), and is usually served with eggs. When fried, Tropical Queso de Freír turns golden and crispy on the outside and soft and tasty on the inside.
| Mexican Street Corn |
Brush the corn with the olive oil and place on a hot grill. Grill the corn on all sides until all of the sides are charred.
| Queso de Freír with Chimichurri Sauce |
In blender or food processor combine cilantro leaves, garlic, onion and vinegar.
| Queso Fresco Ravioli |
In 10-inch skillet over medium heat, in hot oil, cook onion until just tender, about 5 minutes.
| Southwestern Oaxaca Spring Rolls |
Remove casing from chorizos; crumble chorizo. In 10-inch skillet over medium heat, cook chorizo until well browned...
| Tamales de Elote |
Tamales are a traditional food in all of Latin America with different versions from each region, but every country can claim them as their own. In Mexico, you can find Tamales de Elote in markets, restaurants, and homes. Try them with Queso Fresco Mexicano and Crema Mexicana.
| Tex-Mex Cobb Salad |
In 10-inch skillet, over medium-high heat, cook chorizo about 10 minutes or until browned on all sides, stirring occasionally. Remove from skillet; cut into small chunks.
| Sausage and Vegetable Pizza |
In 12-inch skillet over medium-high heat, cook sausage until well browned on all sides, turning occasionally.
| Pupusas de Queso |
Pupusas are the typical dish of El Salvador and very popular in Honduras. These delicacies show the versatility of corn as a basic product in the cuisine of Mesoamerican countries. Let's make some pupusas!
| Traditional Red Beans |
In 4-quart saucepan, in hot olive oil, cook sofrito about 1 minute, stirring constantly.
| Panini |
Place the focaccia bread on the grill until it is toasted to your liking. (You can also use a toaster oven).
| Nachos Grande |
Arrange half of tortilla chips on large platter. Top with half of salsa, black beans, queso fresco, scallions, olives and jalepenos.
| Bacalaitos |
Boil the bacalao in water; drain well to remove the excess salt. Repeat process 2-3 times.
| Grilling Cheese Tossed Salad |
Rinse all of the vegetables, chop the lettuce, and place it in a bowl. Slice the tomatoes, onions, and peppers, and toss in with the lettuce.
| Corn Fritters |
In large bowl combine corn muffin mix, milk and egg until just combined. Stir in shredded Queso de Freir, corn, red peppers, salt, cayenne pepper and chives.
| Cotija Grilled Shrimp |
To prepare the marinade, mix the lime juice, olive oil, ground cumin and salt together. Put the shrimp in a non reactive bowl and pour the marinade so that it completely covers the shrimp.
| Pulled Pork and Queso Fresco Sandwiches |
Prepare Pulled Pork: In large bowl combine ketchup, onion, cider vinegar, molasses, cumin, garlic powder, oregano and Tabasco.
| Molletes with Oaxaca Cheese and Chorizo |
Molletes are a delicious Mexican dish consumed in all homes and restaurants in the country. They are made with the traditional bolillo bread and served as an open sandwich, with fried black beans and Oaxaca Cheese, which melts deliciously when heated in the oven.
| Tostones Rellenos |
How do you make Stuffed Tostones? This Tropical recipe is like 3 recipes in one: Stuffed Shrimp, Tropical Stuffed Smoked Ham and Picadillo Stuffed Tostones. The traditional Tostones or Patacones are a perfect snack and a perfect side to all dishes. And these Stuffed Tostones will be the favorite appetizer, lunch, dinner and they’re ideal for family gatherings.
| Queso Blanco and Spinach Stuffed Chicken Breasts |
In 12-inch skillet over medium heat, in 1tablespoon olive oil, cook onion until just tender. Add spinach; cook 3 minutes until wilted, stirring occasionally.
| Potato Skins with Mexican Fresco |
Bake the potatoes for 1 hour at 350 degrees until tender. Cut in half length wise and scoop out the potato.
| Colombian Picadera Platter |
Warm the arepas in a sauté pan, flipping them occasionally until both sides are warm and toasty.
| Tomato Soup with Queso Fresco |
Add the chicken broth, onions, celery, tomato paste, garlic, and tomatoes to a large soup pot.
| Tropical Cheese and Crackers Party Platter |
Slice the Queso de Papa, Salami, and Queso Blanco into squares and circles.
| Patacón with Queso de Freír and Chicken |
Patacón, also called tostón depending on the region, is a fried green plantain and is very popular in the Caribbean and Latin America. Plantains are a common ingredient in these regions, and when they are green (unripe), they are used to make the much-loved patacones. Patacones can be enjoyed as a snack instead of potato chips, as an appetizer with dips, guacamole, or sauces, or as a side for fish, meat, or cheese.
| Jalapeño Popper Skewers with Cilantro-Lime |
Cut cheese into 1-inch chunks. Cut jalepenos crosswise into ½-inch-thick slices. Cut each bacon slice in half.
| Cheese and Vegetable Skewers |
Chop all of your vegetables into cube size pieces and use a brush to coat them with a mixture of olive oil and garlic powder.
| Queso Blanco Marinated in Tarragon and Garlic |
Combine all of the above ingredients and put into a jar. Affix a tight lid, and let this sit for a few hours.
| Party Platter Sandwiches |
Toast 4 slices of the sliced white bread and spread butter or margarine on one side of each slice.
| Queso Blanco and Chorizo Mashed Potato Cheese Bites |
When you have our queso blanco and chorizo together, delicious things happen. Tasty snack to share… if you want.
| Pasta with Pesto Sauce and Queso de Freír |
Cook pasta in boiling water until desired consistency is reached. Drain the pasta and let it cool.
| Steak and Cheese Tostadas |
In small skillet over medium-high heat, in ½-inch hot vegetable oil, cook corn tortillas, one at a time until crisp on both sides.
| Salvadoran Enchiladas |
Salvadoran enchilada is a very typical dish of El Salvador cuisine. Some will think of Mexican enchiladas, which are stuffed tortillas dipped in sauce. But Salvadoran enchiladas are more like tostadas. Let's enjoy some enchiladas!
| Queso Blanco Caprese Salad |
Caprese Salad is a very popular Italian salad made with cheese, tomato, basil, and olive oil. It is simple, colorful, light, fresh, and tasty. This Caprese Salad recipe uses Tropical Queso Blanco for a Latin twist. It’s a great appetizer, snack, or salad option.
| Baked Panela Cheese |
Panela Cheese is very popular in Mexico. It’s very light and has a mild taste, making it ideal for many recipes. Grilled Panela cheese with nopal (cactus) is a Mexican classic; it’s low in calories and a great vegetarian option. Queso Panela is also used as a filling for quesadillas, enchiladas, sandwiches, tortas, and more. Its heat resistance and firm texture make it ideal for baked dishes. This delicious Baked Panela Cheese can be a dip, an appetizer or a special dinner. You have to try it!
| Queso Blanco Stuffed Meatballs |
Prepare Meatballs: In large bowl, combine ground beef, egg, breadcrumbs, onions, water, cilantro, salt and pepper; mix well.
| Ecuadorian Potato Cakes (Llapingachos) |
Fill large saucepan ¾ full of water. Add potatoes; over high heat, heat to boiling.
| Tomatillo Grilled Chicken with Queso Fresco |
Prepare Tomatillo Sauce: In food processor or blender, blend tomatillos, jalepeno, onion, garlic, cilantro and salt until well blended and smooth.
| Chicken Enchiladas with Queso Fresco & Crema Mexicana |
Crema Mexicana is very versatile and is used in many Mexican cuisine recipes. It’s used to prepare many cream-based soups, such as bean, corn, carrot, mushroom, and avocado cream soup, and on top of other soups like tortilla and fideo (thin noodles). Crema Mexicana is the key ingredient for toppings on tacos, flautas, sopes, chilaquiles, enchiladas, and more. In addition, Crema Mexicana is used in many desserts, such as two Mexican classics: strawberries with cream (fresas con crema) and bananas with cream (plátanos con crema). Check out this delicious recipe for Chicken Enchiladas with Queso Fresco and Mexican Crema.
| Authentic Mexican Taquitos |
Although tacos are Mexican, they have become an everyday meal in the United States - even creating Taco Tuesday! In this chicken taquitos recipe, we use Tropical Queso Fresco and Tropical Mexican Crema, which are essential on top of all tacos dorados.
| Ripe Plantains with Crema & Queso Fresco |
Plantains are a staple food in the Caribbean, Central America and South America. In this simple and tasty plantain recipe, we let the flavors and ingredients speak for themselves. Fried ripe plantains are topped with Tropical Queso Fresco and Crema. Enjoy them as an appetizer or snack; everyone will love them!
| Queso de Freír Stuffed with Ropa Vieja |
Sprinkle flank steak with salt and pepper; cut steak into 4” by 3” pieces.
| Layered Potato and Cheese Casserole |
This Layered Potato and Cheese Casserole recipe has 3 layers of flavor: potatoes, sauteéd vegetables, and a layer of delicious Tropical Queso Blanco and Cotija Cheese. Enjoy it for dinner with your family, and have the leftovers the next day!
| Cheesy Shrimp and Avocado Quesadilla |
In 12-inch skillet over medium-high heat, in hot oil, sauté shrimp and garlic until shrimp is tender, stirring occasionally.
| Tropical Cheesecake with Mango Topping |
In 9-inch springform pan, combine graham cracker crumbs and sugar to mix well.
| Chocolate and Queso Blanco Fondue |
Combine all ingredients except the cheese in a medium sauce pan. Cook over a low heat.
| Freir Fruit Skewers |
Soak wooden skewers in water for 30 minutes. In large bowl combine honey, chopped mint, orange juice and orange peel.
| Cinnamon-Sugar Crusted Queso de Freir (Cartola) |
Peel bananas. Cut each one in half lengthwise; then again in half crosswise.
| Dulce de Higo |
Wash the figs and make a small incision across the top of each fig. Place them in a large bowl and cover them with water.
| Apple-Raspberry Crostata |
In large bowl combine flour, sugar and salt; cut in butter until mixture resembles coarse crumbs.
| Guava and Queso Blanco |
Cut cheese and guava paste into cubes and place on top of each other.
| Colombian Buñuelos |
Grind the cheese and mix in the cornstarch, eggs, sugar, and salt. After thoroughly mixing in those ingredients, add milk in slowly, to create soft dough.
| Queso Blanco and Guava Empanadas |
Place one puff pastry dough round on work surface. Top with 2 tablespoons shredded Queso Blanco and 1 tablespoon guava paste.
| Fruit Salad with Queso Duro Blando |
Stir together all the fruit and the orange juice in a large bowl, refrigerate until chilled.
| Stuffed Avocado with Chorizo and Queso Fresco |
Cut each avocado in half; remove pits. Scoop out some avocado to make a large hole.
| Freir Waffle Breakfast Sandwich |
Cut Queso de Freir lengthwise into four ½-inch-thick slices. Preheat waffle iron; spray with non-stick cooking spray.
| Salvadoran Quesadilla |
Many know the popular Mexican quesadilla, but the Salvadoran quesadilla is a completely different delight, it is a dessert! This quesadilla is a sweet cake that is sold in bakeries in El Salvador. It can be eaten for breakfast with a coffee or whenever you want to sweeten the moment or at family gatherings. Let's make a Salvadoran quesadilla!
| Cheese and Chorizo Frittata |
In 10-inch skillet over medium-high heat, cook chorizo until lightly browned. Remove to plate.
| Empanadas Ecuatorianas |
Cut the Queso Ecuatoriano into squares. Place two cubes at the center of each empanada disc.
| Huevos Rancheros |
Huevos Rancheros are one the most popular breakfast dishes in Mexico; from family homes to the fanciest restaurant, this dish is a big favorite. Two fried eggs on top of two corn tortillas, covered with tomato sauce and Queso Fresco Mexicano. Huevos Rancheros are simple, delicious, and have everything you need to start the day. Try this easy recipe!
| Traditional Dominican Breakfast |
oil the plantains in water with a teaspoon of salt. When soft, drain the plantains (leave at least ½ cup of water).
| Bolon de Verde |
Peel and chop the plantain into chunks about 1 ½” thick. Heat the vegetable oil in a large pan and fry the plantains, turning occasionally until they are golden and soft.
| Grilled Cheese & Bean Salad |
Ingredients: 1 10-ounce package TROPICAL Grilling Cheese 1 15-ounce can black beans, drained and rinsed 1 15-ounce can garbanzo beans, drained and rinsed 1 large tomato, diced ½ cup diced cucumber ½ cup diced yellow pepper ¼ cup diced red onion 2 tablespoons cider vinegar ½ teaspoon oregano leaves ½ teaspoon ground cumin ¼ teaspoon […]