Ceviche de Mango
I love me a good ceviche, but sometimes the fish isn’t all that fresh. Here is a refreshing remix – ripe, sweet mango is tossed together with tangy lime juice and thinly sliced red onion. This makes a great appetizer and also a very sweet topping for grilled meats.
Tostones are a delicious staple in Latin American cuisine. Unlike sweet plantains, they are cooked before they are ripe and twice-fried. Mine are crunchy and salty without the mess and the nasty fat that comes from deep frying them. I didn’t think it was possible, but here is the proof.
Bread Pudding in a Pan
Sometimes, a little too often and late at night, I get this craving for sweets that I just can't ignore, but the thought of turning on the oven to bake anything just won't do it - nevermind having to wait for something to bake! So, I did what any dessert-crazy girl would do: I reinvented bread pudding using my handy-dandy IMUSA egg pan to make a decadent and easy dessert!
Oh. Yes. I. Did. If you are Venezuelan, you know there are few things on the planet better than a "Cachapa," a traditional dish made from corn. It's like a pancake, but folded over like an omelet and stuffed with gooey "Queso Guayanes," a soft, white cheese. I made mine small, with fresh ingredients, and no butter, so enjoy these guilt-free!
Curried Coconut Pan Roasted Sweet Potato Soup
I'm absolutely obsessed with curry and coconut, and I don't care who knows it! This soup is sweet, spicy, creamy and so easy to make... if you like a little heat, this will rock your world!