Mexican sauce, one of the ingrediants is chocolate. Word comes from the aztecs means stew or sauce
Pico de gallo
a fresh uncooked condiment made from tomato, onion, and chiles. Also lemon juice, cucumber, and mango
originated in Peru, citrus marinated seafood dish (lemon-lime-orange)
verb- "empanar" means to wrap, half a moon shape filled with meat, from spain
traditional south american infused drink. Prepared from dried leaves of yerba mate
Spain's national dish, a rice dish with meat, seafood, vegatables, and a seasoning called "Saffron". The spice turns color golden brown
"Tapas" is derived from the spanish word tapar (to cover). Appetizers served in small dishes, when cold mixed with (olives, cheese) warm- (fried shrimps, omelettes) from spain
cold spainish tomato - based raw vegatable soup, from andalusia spain. mostly eaten in summer, due to refresing qualities, include harb bread, tomato, cucumber, bell pepper, garlic, olive oil, salt, parsley, and avocados
bread made from corn, from northern andes in south america, (columbia-venezuela) and coasta rica. Means "maize" can be grilled, baked, or fried.
typical dish made with green bananas, which is popular in columbia.
stew made with meat and vegetables. Each region of dominican republic has there own way of preparing it.
a mixed grill of meats. Argentina is a major producer of meat, especially beef.
very ancient food, in mexico, people use anything from corn husk to banana leaves to wrap tamales
Cazuela de ave
a typical chilean dish. It is a thick stew of chicken, potatoes, rice, and green peppers
sweet dessert, is a custard made of egg, milk, and sugar. Popular in spain and latin america
Arroz con leche
spainish dessert typical of spain, Peru, and coasta rica. (milk, rice, and sugar) brought this recipe to america some centuries ago
means "old clothes" is a popular dish of cuba. It is shredded flank steak in a tomato sauce base.
Spain is #1 producer of it. Uses- cooking-medicinal-skin care