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Casa Romero's Bananas or Plantains Flambé

Friday, June 22, 2012
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This elegant dessert of banana or plantain flambé is popular in the finer restaurants of Mexico. It is a more sophisticated version of plátanos maduros, or sweet fried plantains, which has been a dessert staple in Latin American and Caribbean cuisine.

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Casa Romero's Ceviche Acapulco

Friday, June 22, 2012
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Ceviche is an ancient and popular dish that has been around for as long as the Incas. It is native to Peru, although it quickly travelled along the Pacific Coast and gained popularity in much of Latin America. Ceviche is made of fresh, chopped raw fish tossed in peppers and lime juice. It makes for a perfect appetizer after a hot summer’s day and is best served fresh.

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Casa Romero's Shrimp Cilantro

Friday, June 22, 2012
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Shrimp is a staple of many Latin American cuisines and this shrimp cilantro dish is a classic way to serve this ubiquitous seafood.

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Casa Romero's Salsa Verde/Salsa Roja

Friday, June 22, 2012
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Salsas verde and roja are staple Mexican sauces, used daily by the average family. Salsa verde, or green sauce, is typically made with cooked tomatillos, jalapeños, white onions, cilantro, and sometimes lime to taste. Salsa verde can be served warm or cold and can range in spiciness from very mild to completely mouth-searing. Salsa roja, or red sauce, is usually used as a condiment and made with tomatoes, chili peppers, onion, garlic, and fresh cilantro. Both are frequently used as a dip for tortilla chips or served with tacos, grilled meats, and even fish.

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Orinoco's Arepa Portobello

Wednesday, June 13, 2012
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Arepas are Venezuelan grilled corn patties. They have a crispy white corn shell and a soft, doughy inside, which may be stuffed with a variety of fillings. In this recipe they are filled with large, roasted Portobello mushrooms. Although they originated in Venezuela, arepas are also popular in Colombia. They are a delicious snack or simple meal at any time of day.

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Orinoco's Torta Fluida

Wednesday, June 13, 2012
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Torta is the Spanish word for a “sweet cake” in many South American countries. This torta fluida is a molten chocolate cake made with 100% Venezuelan dark chocolate. It is a sumptuous dessert which makes the perfect end to any meal.

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These recipes are provided by the chefs who appear on the WGBH television show Neighborhood Kitchens.

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