If you can't find sour tapioca starch to make this Brazilian cheese bread, sweet tapioca starch will yield equally delicious results.
These addictive fries, served at Yerba Buena restaurant on New York City's Lower East Side, can be made with fresh hearts of palm for a crispier texture.
King Oscar sardines work nicely in this preparation, which is based on a recipe in La Cuisine (Leon Amill, 1969) by Raymond Oliver.
A dish of pre-Hispanic origin, causa—sometimes made with crab or camarones instead of tuna—is often served as a lunchtime appetizer.
Leeks come together with raisins and pancetta in a unique and savory filling for empanadas. If you can't find empanada dough in your supermarket or Spanish grocers, try using a large glass to cut out circles of dough from puff pastry sheets. Continue...
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Source: Laylita's Recipes