Tortilla Española is the perfect any-time dish — whip it up for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a light tapas-style bite with a glass of Spanish wine! Here Goya Foods’ Executive Chef Fernando Desa walks us through his version filled with potatoes, onions, spiced chorizo, mushrooms and sweet pimientos. Get the recipe HERE.
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This holiday season, you can bring a Cuban family tradition to your feast! Forget your typical pot roast, Goya Executive Chef Fernando Desa shares an amazing recipe for this tasty beef roast stuffed with chorizo, marinated with Goya’s tangy Cuban marinade and cooked in a flavorful wine broth. Get the delicious recipe right HERE!
These hands-off slow cooker meatballs require no searing, roasting or stirring, making them a great make-ahead dinner for busy weeknights and an excellent recipe to have in your backpocket for holiday houseguests.
This classic bolognese is from Chef Angelo Cuppone of ROMA in Houston. While this recipe says it serves 4 people, it makes a significant amount of sauce. The sauce freezes incredibly well, so pop it in your freezer for future meals or up the amount of pasta if you’re expecting a large crowd.
A serranito is a popular sandwich in Southern Spain and MAD, one of Houston’s go-to Spanish restaurants, serves up one of the best. The secret to this sandwich is in the pork. Both the secreto and the Jamón Ibérico de Bellota come from Spain’s acorn-eating pigs. Secreto is a “secret” cut of boneless meat from […]
This carne asada from Armadillo Palace in Houston is loaded with flavor. The origins of this dish, popular in Northern Mexico, come from field-tilling discs on tractors. Those discs, shaped like Chinese woks, were repurposed as pans in which to cook. Discada usually consists of beef, peppers, onions, lime juice, garlic and tomatoes. It can […]
A healthy alternative to taco meat that’s just as tasty…give these vegtarian tacos a try from Chef Aarón Sánchez.