Cocina Hispano-americana (Google eBook)

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Citadel Press, 1995 - Cooking - 191 pages
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"Hispanic-American cooking is the cuisine of Spanish-speaking cultures adapted to the local tastes, customs, and equipment of the United States. Now that once-difficult-to-get ingredients--such as annatto, plantain, sofrito--have moved out of the specialty shops and into local supermarkets, the delights of the Hispanic kitchen are available to everyone"--Cover, p. 4.
  

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
9
SOFRITO
14
SOFRITO
15
SOPAS
16
CARNES Y AVES
32
MEAT AND POULTRY
33
PESCADOS
54
HORTALIZAS
62
PASTAS
108
PASTA DISHES
111
ENSALADAS
122
ARROZ
138
RICE DISHES
141
POSTRES
156
BEBIDAS
180
BEVERAGES
181

FRITURAS Y CROQUETAS
90
FRITTERS AND CROQUETTES
91
GLOSARIO
184
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