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Harina de Maiz

Circling the Plate for Breakfast…Harina de Maíz

I love preparing a warm breakfast to accompany my cup of coffee on a chilly Fall morning. Today’s pick was Harina de Maíz. What could be better than a warm dish of sweet, creamy and smooth fine cor.

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Puerto Rican Crema De Farina (Cream of Wheat) | Delish D'Lites

Puerto Rican Crema De Farina (Cream of Wheat)

Puerto Rican Crema De Farina (Cream of Wheat) I ate this so much growing up. Summer Ave in NJ.yes those were the days!

Harina de Maiz Breakfast Cereal

Recipe for Puerto Rican style harina de maiz breakfast hot cereal made with milk, cornmeal, sugar and salt. I craved this cereal a lot while away from PR!

Harina de Maiz con Coco Mmmmm.......Desayuno Puertorriqueño. Para la receta sigue el enlace siguiente. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=558932867477265=a.552669724770246.1073741832.182361511801071=3

Harina de Maiz con Coco Mmmmm.......Desayuno Puertorriqueño. Para la receta sigue el enlace siguiente. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=558932867477265=a.552669724770246.1073741832.182361511801071=3

Avena(the best breakfast ever) Puerto Rican Recipes brought to you by the Rican Chef

Avena(the best breakfast ever) Puerto Rican Recipes brought to you by the Rican Chef (creamy baked oatmeal)

Puerto Rican Sweet Rice Pudding - Make this for 5th graders - tie in with Puerto Rican holiday song

Mateo Family Puerto Rican Sweet Rice Pudding

El Boricua, a bilingual , cultural publication for Puerto Ricans

El Boricua, a bilingual , cultural publication for Puerto Ricans. This website is awesome!

A traditional Christmas favorite, this delectable chilled coconut pudding has a firm but shakable co...

Puerto Rican Coconut Dessert

Tembleque, Puerto Rican Coconut Dessert gotta make this. Then bundt pan really brings this to another level.

if you like garlic you will love this sauce used mainly to dip yucca or tostones, but it taste great on anything, even simply dipping bread.    MOJO DE AJO  (as adapted from elboricua.com)    1 cup olive oil    8 teaspoons crushed fresh (I used about 6-8 cloves of garlic)    garlic salt & pepper    * Mix all ingredients in a blender. Make it at least one day ahead for richer flavor. Cover and refrigerate.    * I added some fresh squeezed lime juice, butter and heated the sauce over a low…

MOJO DE AJO (GARLIC SAUCE)

MOJO DE AJO (GARLIC SAUCE) - If you like garlic you will love this sauce used mainly to dip yucca or tostones, but it taste great on anything, even simply dipping bread.

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