Tuesday, May 11, 2010

I need ideas.

My brain is fried this week. What should I cook? Leave me a suggestion. Thank you very much darlings!

Thank you Pedro for suggesting:

Arroz con pollo 
Arroz con pollo imperial
Carne con papas done click here
Ensalada de habichuelas con papas y huevos
Arroz amarillo con puerco (or jamón)
Ropa vieja (carne ripiada) 
Vaca frita 
Huevos fritos con arroz blanco and platanitos maduros fritos  done click here 
Aporreado de bacalo
Frituras de bacalao 
Frituras de malanga done click here 
Frituritas de calabaza 
Frituritas de maíz tierno 
Frita cubana (as supposed to the American hamburger) done click here 
Sandwich cubano done click here
Medianoche 
Potaje de garbanzos done click here
Fabada asturiana
Fufú de plátano con chicharrones  
Tasajo  
Sopa de plátano  
Arroz con calamares  
Tortilla de chorizo done click here 
Tortilla española
Tortilla de plátanos maduros
Tamal en cazuela done click here
Tamales cubanos en oja de maíz o de plátano (tayuyos)
Hígado a la italiana 
Bistec en cazuela
Pescado en escabeche  done click here 
Minutas de pescado 
Pasta de bocaditos (con jamón del diablo)  done click here 
Enchilado de camarones variation click here 
Harina con cangrejo 

Majarete 
Natillas  
Manjar blanco  
Flan clásico de huevos y leche 
Flan de calabaza  
Torrejas  
Panetela cubana  done click here 
Arroz frito cubano done click here 
Paella mixta 
Batido de platanito manzano con trigo 
Champola de guanábana or anón or chririmoya  
Refresco de tamarindo
Limonada con café (most refreshing and stimulating after a siesta)

7 comments:

  1. How about arroz con pollo? Arroz con pollo imperial? And carne con papas? How about ensalada de habichuelas con papas y huevos? Arroz amarillo con puerco (or jamón)? Ropa vieja (carne ripiada)? Vaca frita? Huevos fritos con arroz blanco and platanitos maduros fritos? Aporreado de bacalo? Frituras de bacalao? Frituras de malanga? Frituritas de calabaza? Frituritas de maíz tierno? Frita cubana (as supposed to the American hamburger)? Sandwich cubano? Medianoche? Potaje de garbanzos? Fabada asturiana? Fufú de plátano con chicharrones? Tasajo? Sopa de plátano? Arroz con calamares? Tortilla de chorizo? Tortilla española? Tortilla de plátanos maduros? Tamal en cazuela? Tamales cubanos en oja de maíz o de plátano (tayuyos)? Hígado a la italiana? Bistec en cazuela? Pescado en escabeche? Minutas de pescado? Pasta de bocaditos (con jamón del diablo)? Enchilado de camarones? Harina con cangrejo? Harina con dulce? Majarete? Natillas? Manjar blanco? Flan clásico de huevos y leche? Flan de calabaza? Torrejas? Panetela cubana? Arroz frito cubano? Paella mixta? Batido de platanito manzano con trigo? Champola de guanábana or anón or chririmoya? Refresco de tamarindo? Limonada con café (most refreshing and stimulating after a siesta)?

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  2. Pedro's suggestions suddenly made me very hungry! There was something I was going to ask you if you knew how to make earlier last week, but then I got all shy and decided not to ask. Now I can't remember what it was! Hmmm...I'm thinking...
    Do you make empanadas? Like savory ones?
    Thats the only thing I can think of! Pedro took all the glory! Thanks Pedro, you left the rest of us speechless! Way to go and take all the ideas! lol :-D
    This is probably a stretch, but I've always wanted to know how to make Alcapurrias. It's not Cuban, though. It's from Puerto Rico. It's like a Papa Rellena, but its made out of platano or yuca and its filled with picadillo. It's also not round, its like an oversized fat croqueta.

    Seriously, though. Anything you make I am convinced will be Outrageously Delicious!

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  3. Sharline, I am planning on making empanadas this weekend. I'll look into Alcapurrias. I've never had it, but it sounds really good.

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  4. don't forget about all our cuban potajes and meat stews we have :) there are tons!

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  5. I'm saving those for winter.

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  6. Sharline, I looked up alcapurrias. They sound delicious. I cannot find up here the green plantains (the ones I find are usually past yellow) and taro root that are necessary to make them; however I'm not giving up, and will try to figure something out that will work.

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