How To Make Authentic Puerto Rican Mofongo....!

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Channel Title : Sweets and Beyond

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Published Date : 2013-02-01T03:57:32.000Z

Hi and welcome to my channel. This part of the series of Authentic Puerto RIcan cooking.Today I made mofongo. With only a few ingredients, you have a yummy dish! It can be filled with seafood or meat and be a complete meal, or it can served as a side dish. Like, comment and SUBSCRIBE. Buen Provecho! You can follow me on Facebook or Instagram ****Mailing Address**** P.O Box 721534 Orlando, FL 32872-1534 Produced by Sweetsandbeyond ©2013 all rights reserved All embeds must live link to Sweets and Beyond's channel. No Editorial Excerpts without permission, Violators agree to pay $5,000 per second + $10 per view + all collections & lawyers fees.

Channel Title : The Freakin Rican Restaurant

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Published Date : 2018-09-23T10:30:01.000Z

Boy I have missed you all so so much.. In this video we show you how to make Puerto Rican Mofongo. You can have it with steak, pernil, chicken or whatever meat of your choice. In this video I show you how to make it in general. Once you get it then you can be more creative with it by adding pork cracklings or any meat for that matter. I know you will do just fine. Love you! Please visit our Restaurant located at 4306 34 ave Astoria Ny 11101 Telephone 929-349-1080

Channel Title : Average Guy Gourmet

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Published Date : 2015-05-18T18:00:02.000Z

The family is planning a vacation to Puerto Rico this fall so I decided to make a few dishes for them this weekend so they can get an idea of what the cuisine will be like when we go. This time around I made mofongo, this is one of my dad's favorites something he had all the time as a kid, so you know he has high standards ( I mean hey I had to compete with his mom's cooking lol). Anyway here it is, a great Authentic Puerto Rican Mofongo recipe. Total time: 30 minutes Makes: 1 serving per plantain Plantains Olive Oil Garlic Salt Bacon Chicken Stock Chicarron 1. Cook your bacon, you want it nice and crispy. Set the bacon aside until later. Take the bacon grease and mix it with Olive Oil (you don't have to but it adds SO much flavor) roughly 1 part bacon grease to 2 parts Oil (i.e. if your making 1 Cup it would be 1/3 cup Grease 2/3 Cup Oil). 2. In your Pilon (pestle & mortar) mix your cleaned and pealed with the oil grease mixture, add salt you just want enough to add some flavor. You want to mash it for about 15 or so minutes until it is a thick paste. 3. Peal your plantains and cut into roughly one inch sections. 4. Heat Canola oil in a large pan. I used a medium/high heat, you want to fry your plantains for about 6-7 minutes. You don't want them to brown at all you just want them to soften up nicely. If the oil doesn't cover the plantains flip them about half way through the cooking. 5. While still warm put plantains in your pilon (mortar & pestle) you want to mash this up, add in your garlic paste from earlier, your chicharron, bacon and a little of chicken stock. You will keep working it until it is roughly a mashed potato constancy. 6. Plate & serve =) You can serve this with a lot of different things. My dad as a kid always had it with rice and red beans (like in my finished image) I have had it the same way, or with a garlic skirt steak. Doesn't matter how you have it this is a good and easy recipe. If you have any questions at all feel free to ask I will answer as quickly as possible. try it out let me know what you think! Don't forget to click to like the video and Subscribe to my Channel! Visit me at : Subscribe: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram: Help get the smoking season going: A ton of my kitchen utensils came from my friend check her store out:

Channel Title : Veggie Rose

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Published Date : 2018-09-05T22:09:07.000Z

Here I will show you how to make a mofongo. This is a vegan mofongo with all the traditional taste you would expect from regular mofongo, so this vegan mofongo is second to none. ❤ OPEN FOR MORE INFO! ❤ Subscribe and give this video a thumbs up if you enjoyed it! Full Recipe: 2ndChannel: ❤Social Media links ☪ Website/Blog Recipes: ☪ Instagram: ✦ Facebook: #veganfood #veganrecipes ❤Curious about going vegan? Inspiring Documentaries (Can be found on Youtube or Netflix) 1. Earthlings 2. Forks over Knives 3. Blackfish 4. Food Inc. 5. Meat the Truth 6. Cowspiracy

Channel Title : Latin By Nature

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Published Date : 2017-11-07T19:09:29.000Z

"How to" video on making the delicious Puerto Rican dish Mofongo.

Channel Title : JagBeCooking

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Published Date : 2017-07-28T14:00:00.000Z

Hey loves hope you enjoy this video on how to make easy mofongo Our Vlog Channel: Astrid’s Beauty Channel: Snapchat: Jan.Ent Instagram: JagBeCooking Everythingjag Chillz1119

Channel Title : Travel Thirsty

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Published Date : 2016-07-19T13:00:30.000Z

Mofongo is an Afro- Puerto Rican dish with fried plantains as its main ingredient. Plantains are picked green and mashed with salt and water in a wooden pilón, a kitchen device also known as mortar and pestle. The object is to produce a tight ball of mashed plantains that would absorb the attending condiments and have either pork cracklings (Chicharrón) or bits of bacon inside. Most dressings and mixtures include broth, garlic, and olive oil. It is traditionally served with fried meat and chicken broth soup. Particular flavors result from variations that include vegetables, chicken, shrimp, beef, or octopus packed inside or around the plantain orb. Mofongo evolved from fufu using African method with Spanish and Taíno ingredients. Plantains are most often used, but other starchy roots native to the island used by Taínos can also be used. Puerto Ricans have an obsession with fried food known collectively as cuchifrito in New York City and Kiosks in Puerto Rico. The usage of Spanish ingredients such as pork, garlic, broth, and olive oil together is heavily used in Puerto Rican cuisine. Staple dishes such as arroz con gandules, alcapurria, pasteles, habichuelas, recaíto, arroz junto and many other dishes all include garlic, pork, olive oil, and broth. The method of frying comes from the African side and is heavily used more than anyplace in the Caribbean. Broth is often made with chicken and sofrito. Sofrito is made with Spanish and Taíno fruits, vegetables, and herbs. In Cuba, Mofongo is called Machuquillo "por la acción de machucar el plátano en el mortero" (because of the task of mashing the plantains in the mortar). The plantains are not fried but boiled. Machuquillo is often garnished with parsley and served with roasted pork or chicken. During the 1960s many Dominicans who feared the dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo fled to Puerto Rico and New York City. Mofongo caught on quickly with Dominicans living in Puerto Rico and New York City. Mofongo has become a flagship food for many Dominican restaurant adding their own flavors such as queso frito (fried cheese) to mofongo, mashed with no broth and sometimes olive oil is replace with butter. The plantains in making traditional mofongo are not always fried, they are sometimes boiled, shaped into a ball and stuffed with meat. During the 1960s mofongo started to appear in Dominican cookbook's. Mofongo stuffed with shrimp (camaron in Spanish) is called camarofongo.

Channel Title : Onboard

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Published Date : 2014-03-28T13:09:48.000Z

We're in Restaurante Raices in San Juan, Puerto Rico, learning how to make traditional Mofongo from the professionals.

Channel Title : Evelyn Dominguez

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Published Date : 2016-11-18T15:16:11.000Z


Channel Title : Taste to Explore Darlene

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Published Date : 2018-08-30T14:57:23.000Z

Hello and welcome to my channel! Today I share with you a easy dish that is simple and tasty! 😋 Now you don't have to eat it in restaurants and you can make it in the comfort of your own home. Mofongo pairs up beautifully with just about anything enjoy! Ingredients: Green Plantains Fresh Garlic Salt Oil ( corn oil, vegetable oil, Canola oil, light olive oil) oil for frying. *************************************** Pork Chunks recipe Puerto Rican Recipe Cuban Style Recipes: ***************************************** Follow me on my social media sites Facebook: Instagram: Twitter @Tastetoexplore3

Channel Title : Kate Such

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Published Date : 2017-03-21T21:56:48.000Z

This video is about making Mofongo

Channel Title : Carmen Felix

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Published Date : 2016-11-22T21:53:50.000Z

Thank you so much for viewing this recipe. I have a passion for cooking and love sharing it with the world. Subscribe if you wish to see upcoming recipes in the future that I will be sharing. Feel free to leave a like and any comments :)

Channel Title : Epicurious

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Published Date : 2013-10-21T20:33:40.000Z

Epicurious' Around the World in 80 Dishes takes you to Puerto Rico with a demonstration of a recipe for Mofongo prepared by Chef Sergio Remolina of The Culinary Institute of America. Still haven’t subscribed to Epicurious on YouTube? ►► ABOUT EPICURIOUS Browse thousands of recipes and videos from Bon Appétit, Gourmet, and more. Find inventive cooking ideas, ingredients, and restaurant menus from the world’s largest food archive. How to Make Puerto Rican Mofongo

Channel Title : Davidsbeenhere

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Published Date : 2018-07-11T03:29:57.000Z

During my trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico in Partnership with the Intercontinental San Juan, I decided to head out to Piñones to try some tropical authentic Puerto Rican Street Food! Subscribe & Click the Bell for 2+ Videos Per Week ► My Film Making Kit► I arrived in San Juan, Puerto Rico early in the morning and headed straight to the Intercontinental San Juan to check in and to show you my club level suite. My suite is huge! From their I grabbed a quick 15 minute uber ride east to Piñones. This area has one road and their are tons of restaurants and kioskos (traditional huts) where they serve authentic Puerto Rican street food. My first stop was at Donde Olga Bar & Restaurant to try a Bacalaito which is a salted cod pancake fritter and a Alcapurria which is fried green banana stuffed with crab or beef. Both of these Puerto Rican street foods are must tries when you visit Puerto Rico! Next we walked over to El Barriles Restaurant to try some Mofongo with Seafood! Mofongo is fried plantain mash with seafood. This is the star of Puerto Rican street food dishes. It is so yummy mixed in with the seafood! On our way to our next stop I stumbled on Ostiones Vivos Kiosko. This is a small hut serving local Puerto Rican ostras or oysters! They are small bite sized oysters but if you like oysters you will love them! Our final stop is Sabores de Piñones where I tried two local specialities, Pionono is a stuffed fried plantain stuffed with beef and a Rellenos de Papa which is a fried mash potato stuffed with ground beef. I think the Pionono was my favorite because it was so sweet but the Bacalaito and Mofogo were off the chain! Big thanks to my friends at the Intercontinental San Juan: I hope you all loved this video, if you did, please give me a thumbs up, leave me a comment below and subscribe to my channel! ☆ CONTACT ☆ ► Business: _____ BLOG ► _____ BOOK YOUR NEXT ADVENTURE: ► _____ FOLLOW ME: + INSTAGRAM ► + FACEBOOK ► + TWITTER ► _____ SEND ME STUFF: 5858 SW 81 ST Miami, FL 33143 USA _____ P.S. Thank you for watching my videos and subscribing!

Channel Title : Cookitgirl

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Published Date : 2016-08-07T19:10:44.000Z

Mofongo with shrimp Recipe! Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:

Channel Title : IvanReyesMarketing

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Published Date : 2012-06-21T08:33:22.000Z

A description of Mofongo. A plantain based dish from Puerto Rico.

Channel Title : All Around Puerto Rico

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Published Date : 2015-10-21T23:25:11.000Z

All Around Puerto Rico visited one of the best restaurants in the town of Río Grande: Antojitos Puertorriqueños and they showed us step-by-step how to make the perfect Mofongo Relleno.

Channel Title : NydiasMiamiKitchen

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Published Date : 2012-11-25T14:14:08.000Z

Mofongo con Caldo recipe is a traditional dish in Puerto Rico. It's make from fried green plantain and mashed in a mortar with garlic, olive oil, salt, pepper. Other versions of Mofongo include seafood or meat. Follow Me: Nydiasmiamikitchen Subscribe MiTu:

Channel Title : Sweets and Beyond

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Published Date : 2016-08-30T21:47:21.000Z

Hi and welcome back! Today I made for you my version of Puerto Rican Mofongo balls stuffed with Shrimp Buen Provecho! Click here to purchase my cookbook! Subscribe to my channel! It's free and you will never miss an episode! Click here to subscribe: You can follow me on Facebook or Instagram ****Mailing Address**** P.O Box 721534 Orlando, FL 32872-1534 Produced by Sweetsandbeyond ©2016 All rights reserved. All embeds must live link to Sweets and Beyond's channel. No Editorial Excerpts without permission, Violators agree to pay $5,000 per second + $10 per view + all collections & lawyers fees.

Channel Title : M Decarlo

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Published Date : 2015-06-03T06:38:07.000Z


Channel Title : Average Guy Gourmet

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Published Date : 2015-05-22T18:00:03.000Z

I get this literally every time I go to a Puerto Rican restaurant. This is my favorite Puerto Rican dish. Well created by a Puerto Rican in Chicago =) Anyway the Authentic Puerto Rican Jibarito tastes so good! I am going to stop selling this one and just get to the recipe! Total Time: 25 minutes Makes: 1 Sandwish per Plantain Plantains (1 Per Sandwich) Thin Steaks (2 Per Sandwich) 1 Tbsp. salt 1 tsp. garlic powder Sliced tomatoes Lettuce Cilantro 1/4 Cup Mayo 1/4 Cup Ketchup Hot Sauce to taste 1/2 tsp. garlic powde Marinade: 1 Tbsp. Adobo 1 tsp. Cumin 1 tsp. Oregano 1 tsp. White Vinegar 1 Tbsp. Olive Oil 1. Marinade steaks in Adobo, Cumin, Oregano, Vinegar, Olive Oil and enough water to make sure they are coated. You want to go a minimum of a couple of hours. obviously the longer the better. 2. Mix Mayo, Ketchup, Hot sauce & Garlic Powder in a small bowl, this will be spread on finished sandwich (in the video I forgot the garlic powder and had to do it off camera d'oh!). Refrigerate until ready for use. 3. Skin your plantains, I cut them in half twice once once length wise. This makes what my brother calls Jibarito Sliders =). Usually you would just cut them in half length wise. 4. Heat a little bit of oil in your pan and sear the steak. With steak thin enough you should only have to cook them a couple of minutes on each side. Once Steaks are done slice them in strips. 5. Fill your pan with more oil, heat the oil with a medium/high heat. Fry your plantains you don't want them to brown. You just want to soften them up roughly 7 minutes or so. 6. Let the plantains cool a little bit, then you want to smash them. There is a press for this but I do not have one so I use my hand or a spatula. If you wanted you could use the bottom of a dinner plate. 7. Once all the plantains are flattened bring them back to the fryer and fry again until they are a golden brown. Remove from oil and allow to cool. 8. Build your sandwich in this order. Plantain, Steak, Lettuce, Tomato, Cilantro, use the spread you made earlier and spread it on the top Plantain... and BAM!! one of the greatest sandwiches you will EVER eat is done. Don't forget to like the video and subscribe to the channel and my Facebook page!! try it out let me know what you think! Don't forget to click to like the video and Subscribe to my Channel! Visit me at : Subscribe: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram: Help get the smoking season going: A ton of my kitchen utensils came from my friend check her store out:

Channel Title : Quang Tran

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Channel Title : Boricua NV

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Published Date : 2014-02-14T01:33:33.000Z

Simple dish traditional from Puerto Rico. Mofongo which is made out of green plantains. I recommend tiger shrimp, usually you can find it in the Asian market. If you live in Las Vegas NV, Food for less has all the ingredients that I mention. Hope you guys like the video and I'm very sorry if there's any mistakes. Its my first video so I was little nerves thank you for watching.

Channel Title : VISIT FLORIDA

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Published Date : 2014-05-06T17:53:13.000Z

Almost 1 million Puerto Ricans live in Florida. And to find the largest borícua community in the state, just follow the aroma of mofongo, one of the island's signature dishes, to Orlando. Mofongo is a signature Puerto Rican dish that starts with a mash of fried green plantains. It contains a combinations of seafood, meat, or vegetables.

Channel Title : Simple Sunday Afternoons

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Published Date : 2015-02-03T02:17:57.000Z

"Mofongo" is a Puerto Rican dish which is serve with stewed meat or seafood. It is made of green plantains, similar to the "tostones" or fried green plantains. I am preparing my mofongo filled with shrimps and scallops made with a Chardonnay wine sauce... perfect for a late lunch or Sunday brunch. Link to Simple Sunday Afternoons channel: eMail: Simple Sunday Afternoons PO Box 190895 San Juan PR 00919-0895

Channel Title : zaida seda

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Published Date : 2018-02-18T02:21:47.000Z


Channel Title : Chef Mark Anthony

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Published Date : 2015-10-03T19:16:42.000Z

Shrimp Mofongo

Channel Title : YurView New England

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Published Date : 2017-03-17T15:31:56.000Z

El New Yorican Puerto Rican Restaurant offers authentic Puerto Rican food in the heart of Phoenix. Watch as chef Haydee Sanchez gives a quick tutorial on how to make mofongo, a traditional Puerto Rican dish.

Channel Title : tiokalo1

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Published Date : 2016-07-30T23:35:59.000Z

Authentic Puerto Rican Mofongo & Shrimps with Criolla Sauce By Chef Kalet A. Garcia-Torres

Channel Title : Ibrahim Gonzalez

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Published Date : 2013-06-01T22:38:08.000Z

Chef Julio, The Caribbean Chef, does it again with this Puerto Rican Favorite, Mofongo. A plantain (plátono( based recipe that will get your appetite going.

Channel Title : Rose Quartz

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Published Date : 2018-05-12T20:42:36.000Z

Hello My Fellow Youtuber Foodies!! Welcome back!!! Episode 17 Of the first season! How exciting! This week we made Mofongo! Subscribe to get my weekly cooking Episodes: Ingredients from the video: Sofrito: Appliances from the video: Large Bamboo Pilon: Ninja Express Chop Food Chopper, Grey: Don't forget to hit Subscribe & Follow me on all my social media accounts for the latest updates!! Instagram: Website: Pinterest: Cameras and Gear Used to Shoot This Video Nikon D3300: Canon EOS Rebel SL2 (body only): Soft box Photography Lighting Kit: DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!

Channel Title : Mike Duran

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Published Date : 2016-03-27T15:59:18.000Z

A staple of Puerto Rico, this fried plaintain mash can be served with a simple salad or rice and beans.This is a simple and delicious recipe. Today, we are making it with fried eggs for breakfast.

Channel Title : Evelyn Dominguez

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Published Date : 2016-10-13T14:14:56.000Z

Ingredients 21/2 ground beef 1 envelope sazon con culantro y achiote 1 teaspoon oregano 1 teaspoon black peppers Adobo or any seasoning salt 1 beef bouillon 1 can of 8 ounces tomato sauce 3 Tablespoon sofrito or pepper onions,fresh garlic.cilantro 7 ripe plantains baking dish 2 eggs cheese cheddar and mozzarella (Optional )

Channel Title : bestbitesforever 💜

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Published Date : 2015-04-16T00:32:19.000Z

This is how my wonderful Mother-in-Law and Father-in-Law taught me to make Puerto Rican Mofongo. Also try my pastelillos de carne - You can also find lots more of my recipes at I'm on Facebook at!/bestbitesforever and on Twitter at #Mofongo #bestbitesforever #PuertoRicanFood

Channel Title : Remy Remingway

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Published Date : 2012-05-11T05:05:40.000Z

Here's how to make Mofongo in one complete 8 minute video. Mofongo is a Puerto Rican dish that is also found throughout Latin America in several versions. It's made by frying green plantain then mashing and forming it into a ball-like shape. The plantain mash is mixed with a paste you make to contain garlic, olive oil, salt, and crispy bits of salt pork or bacon. Making the paste is easy; some recipes include chopped cilantro but I have never seen it used in Puerto Rico. Having said all that, let's make Mofongo and you decide how to vary it. INGREDIENTS: 2 very green plantains - 1 ½ cups beef broth - 4 garlic cloves, minced - 1 oz. salt pork, diced - 1 Tbsp. salt - 2 Tbsp. olive oil - ½ tsp. pepper - 2 Tbsp. fresh chopped cilantro or fresh chopped parsley (optional). METHOD: Start with green plantains. Make sure there is no sign of yellowing. Peel and cut into ½ inch thick wedges. Soak in beef broth along with one ounce of salt pork strips for one hour. Dry plantains and salt pork with paper towels. Deep-fry the plantains until golden but not crunchy. Drain on paper towels. Also fry the diced salt pork over high heat until crisp. This is known as "chicharron" or "pork crackling". Use a "Pilon" (a wooden Mortar & Pestle) or a potato masher to mash the plantains. Also mash the minced garlic, wetted in olive oil, using the Mortar & Pestle too to form a paste that will be later blended into the mashed plantains. Crush together all the plantain, salt pork, garlic, and chopped cilantro (optional) with plenty of olive oil and salt. Shape into a ball or mound on a bed of lettuce using a small plate or served alongside pork, steak, or chicken. It is also formed into 2 inch balls and served alongside shrimp. Note: In the Dominican Republic, the dish is called "Mangu", but the plantain is boiled instead of deep-fried. There is another variation there that is called "FuFu" and I remember it as a child but I think it was eaten for breakfast with eggs. All in all, I plan to show you about twenty ways to cook plantains, all completely different!

Channel Title : Puertorican Food Nuyorican style

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Published Date : 2014-09-07T02:45:27.000Z

This is a video tutorial which takes you through a step by step process of making Mofongo... as an added bonus i've included how to make pork chops in Coconut gravy.. which is an original Recipe created by me... I guarantee you're going to love the end result.. I am a certified chef with many years of experience in the kitchen yet everything was done with minimal kitchen accessories to please the general public.

Channel Title : Delightful Travellers

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Published Date : 2019-03-31T12:39:15.000Z

In this week’s vlog we head out into San Juan, Puerto Rico to try authentic Puerto Rican food. First up we head to a more local restaurant called Bebo’s Cafe. Here we try an array of smaller Puerto Rican dishes including: Bacalaitos Empanadillas Tostones Asopao Later in the evening we head out again to try a couple of more dishes at a restaurant called Orozco’s. Here we tried to authentic and must try dishes: Mofongo with chicken Arroz con Gandules (chicken with pigeon peas) ABOUT PUERTO RICO Puerto Rico is a Caribbean island and unincorporated U.S. territory with a landscape of mountains, waterfalls and the El Yunque tropical rainforest. In San Juan, the capital and largest city, the Isla Verde area is known for its hotel strip, beach bars and casinos. Its Old San Juan neighborhood features colorful Spanish colonial buildings and El Morro and La Fortaleza, massive, centuries-old fortresses. ABOUT SAN JUAN San Juan, Puerto Rico's capital and largest city, sits on the island's Atlantic coast. Its widest beach fronts the Isla Verde resort strip, known for its bars, nightclubs and casinos. Cobblestoned Old San Juan features colorful Spanish colonial buildings and 16th-century landmarks including El Morro and La Fortaleza, massive fortresses with sweeping ocean views, as well as the Paseo de la Princesa bayside promenade. ---------- ► SUBSCRIBE! - ---------- ► FOLLOW US ○ Instagram: ○ Twitter: ○ Facebook: ○ Newsletter: ○ Website: ---------- ► SUPPORT US All and any support we receive helps us to travel more and upgrade our camera gear- meaning it helps us to create more and better quality content! ○ PayPal (Tip Jar): ○ Sign up for AirBnB (Save up to $40 ): ○ Book hotels through ---------- ► OUR GEAR ○ Store: ○ Camera: ○ Tripod: ○ Drone: ○ Go Pro: ○ Hard Drive: ○ SD Card: ○ Charger: ---------- ► ABOUT US A little bit of luxury, a little bit of budget, a whole lot of travel! We’re Anna and Trevor and we’re setting out to explore as much of the world as we possibly can. We want to encourage you get out there and explore in your own way, not the way someone else tells you to travel! ---------- ► CONTACT US ○ Email:

Channel Title : Rafael Cotto

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Published Date : 2016-05-29T06:28:12.000Z

Mofongo Master Chef Amaury Berrios from Bolitas Restaurant in Naranjito show us how to make a great mofongo and combine it with shrimps in a garlic beurre blanc sauce. Bolitas Restaurant PR152, Naranjito, Puerto Rico • 787-702-1306 •

Channel Title : Sweets and Beyond

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Published Date : 2016-11-18T14:07:36.000Z

Hi and welcome back! Today I made for you my version of Puerto RIcan pasteles! Here;s the link to make the stewed pork: Here's the link to make Achiote oil: Buen Provecho! Subscribe to my channel! It's free and you will never miss an episode! Click here to subscribe: You can follow me on Facebook or Instagram ****Mailing Address**** P.O Box 721534 Orlando, FL 32872-1534 Produced by Sweetsandbeyond ©2016 All rights reserved. All embeds must live link to Sweets and Beyond's channel. No Editorial Excerpts without permission, Violators agree to pay $5,000 per second + $10 per view + all collections & lawyers fees.

Channel Title : VICELAND

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Published Date : 2018-08-08T14:00:00.000Z

Action and friends head to an authentic Puerto Rican food truck in the South Bronx to try mofongo and pastelitos. WATCH NEXT: Action Bronson and Squad Make A Stuffed Sbarro's Spinach Pie - Subscribe Now: Follow VICELAND: | VICE Video | Full Uncensored Episodes on iTunes: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Newsletter |

Channel Title : Kelvin's Kitchen

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Published Date : 2019-02-15T15:39:08.000Z

Mortar / Pilon: Garlic Shrimp Mofongo Recipe: Serving: 1 person 2 Green Plantains Frying oil 2 garlic cloves, minced Salt and pepper to taste 8 large jumbo shrimp 1 tsb of cornstarch 1/2 cup of chicken stock 1 tbs of butter 1 packet of garlic and herb sauce mix, prepared as directed on the packet Directions: 1 Fry cut plantains in medium high heat, until gold brown 2 In a mortar add butter, garlic and pepper to taste 3 mash plantain for about 30 seconds 4 add chicken stock, continue to match 5 match until nice and soft and a consistent texture 6 place in a bowl 7 on a hot skillet, sprinkle olive oil 8 season the shrimp with a sprinkle of salt and pepper 9 add shrimp to hot skillet and cook for 3 minutes 10 add garlic and herbs sauce, add cornstarch to thicken sauce 11 serve and eat while still hot 12 enjoy !

Channel Title : Evelyn Dominguez

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Published Date : 2016-11-29T21:50:29.000Z

Ingredients 14 pound Turkey 14 teaspoon seasoning salt 14 fresh garlic clove 1 teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon dried oregano 1 teaspoon black peppers Ingredients for Mofongo 3 green Plantains 2 to 3 tablespoon butter salt and pepper to taste 1 medium onion bag for turkey baking pan

Channel Title : Mrs. Mom’s Homeschool

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Published Date : 2017-11-06T18:31:03.000Z

Welcome to our Channel! We are a homeschooling family of 5 set out to help you on our journey as a parent whether you homeschool or not. Check out our trailers for a glimpse into what we are all about. Today we made mofongo which is a special recipe you can find in any Puerto Rican restaurant. Although because it’s a lot of work its more of a meal for a special occasion when made at home. This year my husband and I decided we would make a few different recipes from Puerto Rico each month. We love to eat these foods when at restaurants, visiting Puerto Rico or while at relatives houses so we decided we should make them ourselves. Don’t forget to watch our trailer and see what our channel is all about! If you are a homeschooling blogger please check out my Facebook group for collabs, daily tips and daily threads to share your videos and support others! We are looking for ACTIVE members at Check me out on Facebook at for updates, quotes, etc etc! And follow me on Instagram: vani_mrs_mom

Channel Title : Sweets and Beyond

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Published Date : 2015-06-25T00:07:56.000Z

Hi and welcome back! Today I made for you my version of Alcapurrias or root vegetable fritters! Here are the ingredients: 5 hard green bananas 2 yautias(taro root) (1 1/2 lbs) 1 green plantain 2 teaspoons salt 1 package of Sazon con Achiote y Culantro(Knorr or Goya) or 1 teaspoon of home made sazon. Here's a link to make your own sazon: Canola oil for frying Here's how to make the picadillo: Buen Provecho! You can follow me on Facebook or Instagram ****Mailing Address**** P.O Box 721534 Orlando, FL 32872-1534 Produced by Sweetsandbeyond ©2015 All rights reserved. All embeds must live link to Sweets and Beyond's channel. No Editorial Excerpts without permission, Violators agree to pay $5,000 per second + $10 per view + all collections & lawyers fees.

Channel Title : Sweets and Beyond

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Published Date : 2013-01-08T19:54:01.000Z

Welcome back to my channel! This is my second video in a series of authentic Puerto Rican dishes that I will be posting. In this video we make Carne Frita with Arroz con Habichuelas ( fried pork chunks with Rice and beans) . Rice and beans is a staple in our cooking. This is an easy week night meal that anyone can make. Please leave your comments and questions below, LIKE & SUBSCRIBE. Please leave any suggestions of what you would like to be prepared for future videos. Thanks for watching & BUEN PROVECHO! The ingredients for the rice and beans: 2 cups long grain rice Salt to taste 2 tablespoons or 2 cubes of sofrito Cumin Oregano 1 can (16 oz) small red beans Canola oil 1 package Sazon Knorr Water For the fried pork chunks: 2 lbs pork, cubed (I used cubed pork for stew) Adobo Goya Meat tenderizer without seasoning Canola oil Buen Provecho! You can follow me on Facebook or Instagram ****Mailing Address**** P.O Box 721534 Orlando, FL 32872-1534 Produced by Sweetsandbeyond ©2013 all rights reserved All embeds must live link to Sweets and Beyond's channel. No Editorial Excerpts without permission, Violators agree to pay $5,000 per second + $10 per view + all collections & lawyers fees.


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