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Champurrado: Mexican Hot Chocolate

March 30, 2016 - 8:00 am in Condiments, Healthy Tips, Nutrition, Recipes
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by: Suellen Pineda Spring is almost here! But, wait, it’s still a bit cold out there. Well, chilly temperature is the perfect excuse to indulge in a rich cup of traditional Mexican hot chocolate. The main difference in champurrado from a traditional hot…

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Dominican Chambre: Dominican Legume and Meat Stew

February 24, 2016 - 9:00 am in Condiments, Healthy Tips, Natural Health, Nutrition, Recipes
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By: Suellen Pineda, RDN, CDN Dominican Chambre stew combines meat, red beans rice and auyama (squash) in hearty and rich stew that is preferably accompanied…

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Functional foods in the Latin Kitchen!

By: Suellen Pineda, RDN, CDN A lot of attention has been given to functional foods in the last decade. The average consumer is now more interested in…

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Tapado de Pescado y Camarones: Honduran Style Fish and Shrimp Coconut Soup

October 15, 2015 - 11:00 am in Condiments, Culinary News, Recipes
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If you ask for ‘Tapado’ in Honduras, you will most likely get two options; ‘Tapado Olanchano’ and ‘Tapado Costeño (North Coast Style)’. The first one originated in the region of Olancho, eastern part of Honduras. They both have similar ingredients…

Kañiwa Stuffed Summer Squash

Kañiwa Stuffed Summer Squash

Kañiwa Stuffed Summer Squash
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There's no much left of summer, but, there's still time to make a summery light and yummy recipe! If you love Quinoa, then you will LOVE Kañiwa! This tiny deep red seed is very similar in texture and flavor to Quinoa, including its superb nutrition profile.…