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Picadillo is a common dish found on Mexican restaurant menus making it a popular filling for burritos, gorditas, and tacos. It is very simple to make and requires only a handful of ingredients. Makes 2-3 burritos (approximately 6-8 corn tortilla tacos) 1 lb. lean ground beef 2 medium potatoes, cubed small 2 Roma tomatoes, cubed 2-3 jalapenos, chopped (seeds removed) 1/4 white onion, chopped 2 garlic cloves, minced handful fresh cilantro, chopped 1… Read More
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Patacones, or fried green plantains, are very common and popular throughout Central and South America. Every country, state, town, and person has their own variation and special way of preparing this dish. In my opinion – they’re all amazing! This recipe is similar to Peruvians’ version of the dish as it incorporates evaporated milk, a staple in kitchens in Peru. Makes 6 patacones 2 green plantains, each peeled and sliced into 3… Read More
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