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Delicious typical Venezuelan Sweet! is my favorite!and simple to doSubmitted by VICKYKENSHIN
Delicious! I just threw this together last minute and it reminded me of a Cuban dish I had in Navarre, Florida while visiting a friend!
I used up ingredients I had on hand since I couldn't get out to the store because of the snow and for creating this dish from scratch, it was a huge hit with my DH and picky daughter.
This is a quick and easy recipe for shrimp tacos & totally yummy too!! We substituted the red cabbage with romaine lettuce just because I forgot to pick it up at the store & it was just as good. This recipe was picked up from discoveryhealth.com-Just Cook This with Sam the Cooking Guy...Submitted by TXMUM2THREEBOYS
While they have origins in Moorish Spain, alfajores are especially popular in South America. They are simple shortbread sandwich cookies with a sweet filling of dulce de leche. Different doughs are used for the cookies depending on the country. Some use normal flour dough, while others add cornstarch or even cassava flour for a more delicate crumb. This recipe uses a mixture of flour and cornstach.
Dulce de leche, is a sweet caramel spread popular throughout Latin America and used as a spread for bread, pastries, cakes, crepes and cookies like Argentinian alfajores cookies. It is known as cajeta in Mexico, manjar blanco in Peru, Chile and Bolivia, and arequipe in Colombia.