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What Do You Want To Make? Search for recipes on Mytaste. Hello friends, it’s been a long time! It was a crazy year and a half, but we hope to hit the ground running in 2018, and offer some new recipes. In the meantime, here are some traditional Cuban holiday favorites that we’ve made through the years. We wish you a beautiful Christmas and the happiest new year!
May your hearts be filled with joy, your lives with love, and your bellies with delicious Cuban food! Feliz Navidad y Buen Provecho! Cuban cuisine’s “comfort foods” – Potaje de Garbanzos. I know that for me this brings back memories of my grandmother, who as a true Spaniard could solve all your problems with a good “potaje”. This is another recipe that has been requested for years, and now here it is! After it was done, we all sat around Nora’s dining room table surrounded by art and knick-knacks, and most importantly good friends.
All we needed to make this a hearty late lunch was some crusty Cuban bread and a dry Spanish rosé. This recipe makes 8-10 servings. Note: This recipe uses a pressure cooker. Follow the indications for your pressure cooker as needed. Rinse and soak the beans over night with the water about two inches above the beans.
Drain the beans and place them in the pressure cooker. Add the ham hock, onion, pig’s foot, potato, spices, bell pepper, ham and garlic. Add water to cover the ingredients by about two inches. Set pressure cooker on High until it pressurizes. Reduce temperature maintaining pressure for 35 – 40 minutes until the beans are tender. 4 cup of the cooked chick peas. Incorporate the mash into the mixture to thicken it.