This drink is so good! Co-worker brought for a potluck at work - I will make this for my grandchildren Morir Soñando (To die dreaming) This drink from the Dominican Republic is very refreshing during a hot summer day. It is sweet, filling and nourishing.
Yucca or tapioca empanadas are a crispy, gluten-free and delicious classic recipe from the Dominican Republic. I believe they are called "catibias de yuca" in DR. Begin with fresh yucca root and a simple dough is made and these can be filled with anythin
KIPE- Its origins are actually middle eastern, who after migrating to the Dominican Republic brought along this wonderful Dominican food with them and it is now part of our culture. Also known as Kibbe or Kibbeh.
La Bandera- the most commonly eaten meal in the Dominican. La Bandera (meaning “the flag”) consists of white rice, stewed beans and a meat dish that’s usually stewed or roasted. This dish is served almost daily in every Dominican household.
This recipe for moro de guandules is a dish from the Dominican Republic featuring pigeon peas and rice cooked with vegetables in a coconut milk broth. It’s quick to prepare in just 30 minutes and you (Vegan Sweets Casserole)
Special occasion food- The ultimate Dominican party food is Sancocho. Sancocho is like a stew or soup. It is made up of different types of meats and lots of vegetables. It is an old tradition and comfort food.