Puerto Rico’s Street Food

published 9 years ago by Videos from The Culinary Institute of America

Food is everywhere in Puerto Rico. Roadside truck stops offer hearty, stick-to-the-ribs workingman’s dishes such as cassava in vinaigrette, fricasseed rabbit, and blood sausage called morcilla. Guajo is a mixture of a pig’s innards served with rice and red beans. Green bananas known as guineos are boiled and provide an alternative starch to root vegetables and rice. For recipes, visit www.ciaprochef.com/WCA7

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