The Dominican Republic is an increasingly popular tourist destination for its beaches, sun, and friendly locals. One of the great attractions of Dominican tourism is its gastronomy. The Dominican gastronomy is of indigenous and Spanish descent, with significant African influences. Most of the meals have in common that they use specific ingredients quite often, which makes the gastronomy one of the most appreciated in Latin America. Here we show you the 5 most popular dishes of Dominican cuisine as an introduction to the traditional culinary culture of the Dominican Republic:
- The Dominican Flag
Includes white rice, stewed beans, green salad, Dominican stewed chicken, beef or pork, and tostones, a dish that cannot be missing from any national table.
The Dominican Sancocho is essentially a broth in which a selection of meats such as chicken and pork are cooked with vegetables and tubers.
Mangú is a traditional Dominican dish made with mashed green plantains and is served with eggs, salami, cheese, and red onions cooked in a vinegar sauce.
- Pasteles en hoja
This is one of the perfect dishes to serve at Christmas. Made with a green plantain or yucca dough and stuffed with meat and vegetables, wrapped in banana leaf and waxed paper.
Mofongo is one of the best dishes in the Dominican Republic and one of the most elaborate and colorful. It is made from green plantain with a touch of garlic, whether it is chicharron, chicken, shrimp, or cheese.
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