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Chickpea Pizza

There is strong Italian influence when it comes to Argentinean cuisine. This particular dish comes from Northern Italy but in Argentina it is served with pizza. Alone, as served here, it is a great gluten-free meal. Chickpea flour, a staple in India is main ingredient. Despite its high carbohydrates content, it is also high in […]

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Chunky Chicken Potato Soup

Typical Bolivian chicken soup contains strong flavors such as scallions and parsley. So strong you really don’t need the salt to experience great taste. This recipe is perfect for those cold winter nights. Try mixing it up and replace potato with squash or yucca. Published on Fox News Latino. Ingredients 1 pound chicken breast, skinless […]

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Linaza Juice

Linaza juice is a mild-flavored refreshing drink containing flax seeds as its main ingredient. It is one of the most popular juices in Bolivia and it’s healthy too! Flaxseeds are rich in alpha linolenic acid (ALA), an omega-3 fat that is a precursor to the form of omega-3 found in fish oils. It has anti-inflammatory […]

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Velvety Gelato

Sure, egg whites are high in protein while the yolks are high in cholesterol. But did you know that yolks are also high in calcium, vitamin A, E, D, K and so on? Fear not, when making this recipe. Yolks impart a variety of health benefits, including healthy protein, fatty acids, vitamins and minerals. As […]

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Quinoa Quiche con Sabor Latino

Bolivians have lived off Quinoa for centuries but the demand has recently soared in countries like the US. It has a light crunch and when cooked, it has a nutty flavor and becomes translucent. Although, most consider it a grain, it’s actually related to leafy greens such as spinach and we all know that’s good […]

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Locro Semi-Argentinian Style

  In Argentina, this hearty stew is usually enjoyed in the winter months as well as patriotic holidays and is considered a national dish. Like most stews, the traditional recipe calls for a thick sauce which can be high in calories. In this version, we went with a more thin, light, soup-like consistency without compromising […]

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Honduran Banana Bread

Perfect for breakfast or brunch, this Honduran banana bread is very dense but super moist and oh, so sweet. The unique ingredient used in this recipe is flaked coconut. It’s like coconut bread taken to a whole new banana level. Featured on Fox News Latino Ingredients 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, room temperature 2 tablespoons lite […]

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Lamb and Corn Casserole

Pastel de Choclo is an incredibly popular dish in Chile.  It is typically made with ground been and chicken. It is a sweet and savory dish and the perfect comfort food.  In this recipe, we used lamb for the protein.  Pasture fed lamb can be very healthy as it can be a significant source of omega-3 […]

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Baked Sweet Plantains

Baked Sweet Plantains

Plantains are a staple in tropical regions and most of Latin America including Brazil. They’re a great source of potassium and dietary fiber. Green, yellow, fried, baked, boiled, grilled or sauteed, there is not one cooking style that hasn’t been explored with this versatile banana that is treated the same way as potatoes. In this recipe, […]

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