Ajiaco is a hearty soup that’s popular in Cuban and Colombian cuisine, although the two versions are quite different. A Colombian ajiaco is essentially a chicken and potato soup. A Cuban ajiaco, however includes pork and beef and a showcase of tropical vegetables.
This buffalo chicken wrap is a delicious and really easy recipe to put together for lunch. It’s a great option for a quick dinner and they’re perfect for your game-day spread too. For these wraps we use large flour tortillas and stuff them with diced poached chicken breast, cream cheese, sour cream and plenty of hot sauce. Then we add a generous amount lettuce and top the whole thing off with ranch dressing.
If you’re looking for a fun salad for the kids or to pack for your own lunch bag, this chef salad is a great one to throw in the mix.
This chef salad has the typical ham, turkey and cheese combo, but the roll-ups make them fun and pretty. Add some wholesome vegetables and a filling hard-boiled egg and you won’t stay hungry.
A traditional Cuban sandwich is made with ham, Swiss cheese, roast pork and pickles all generously stacked on Cuban bread. The sandwich lightly buttered and heated on a plancha until the bread is toasty and the cheese is melted. It’s one of the best sandwiches ever!
These shredded chicken enchiladas are easy to make and so good. The chicken and the enchilada sauce cook quickly and building the enchiladas is simple. In this recipe, flour tortillas are stuffed with shredded chicken breast, corn and black beans. Then they’re smothered in a super flavorful enchilada sauce and topped with Monterey jack cheese.
This navy bean soup is hearty and delicious. It’s perfect as a starter soup or as a meal. In this recipe navy beans are paired with smoked ham, vegetables and a combination of spices. Like with many bean soups, you can’t rush the process, so make this navy bean soup on a leisurely afternoon. Your time will be rewarded with a big pot of soup that will feed your body and soul.
Saucy and a little bit spicy, camarones enchilados is a Cuban dish similar to a shrimp creole. Camarones enchilados translates roughly to spicy shrimp. The sauce comes together quickly and you can make it as hot as you like, just add more or less hot sauce. This exotic dish is really easy to make, and will spice up your weeknight dinner.
This beef and broccoli recipe will become your go-to for busy weeknights. Prep work on this dish is a snap; you can even get some help from the market by purchasing pre-sliced beef and mushrooms. Serve the beef and broccoli over white rice or noodles for a delicious and filling meal that will have your family asking for it again and again.
Buffalo chicken wings are a party favorite and a game-day must. These spicy chicken wings are crispy and fall off the bone, and yes, they’re baked not fried. The trick is to use a baking sheet lined with a cooling rack so air can circulate around the wings. The skin dries up nicely and the inside stays tender and moist.