Mouth-Watering Hispanic Roasting

Posted in Hispanic Humor and Comedy | No Comments » January 14th, 2012

 Hispanic dishes encompass the culinary traditions of Puerto Rico, Mexico, South and Central America, Cuba and other Spanish cultures. Although each  and every region has  its own  distinct  flavors,  they all  share  sense of culinary emphasis and  adventure on   seasonal,  fresh  ingredients that could be  easily integrated into a delicious  and healthy diet.

One delicious Hispanic roasting recipe is the Herb-Crusted Top Loin Roast. The ingredients you will need include  1 beef top loin  petite  roast, approximately 1 ½  to  2  lbs., 2 tbsp. fresh  basil chopped, 1 tbsp. chopped fresh parsley, 2 tbsp. fresh thyme chopped,  1 tsp. coarse grind black pepper, 12 oz. fingerling  potatoes,  cut in   half  lengthwise, 3 tbsp. olive  oil, 12   oz.  new potatoes cut in half, coarse salt and 4 big shallots, cut lengthwise into quarters and peeled.

Preheat oven to 325 degrees and mix thyme, basil, pepper and parsley and stir in 1 tbsp.oil.  Press evenly to all beef roast surfaces.  Place the roast fat side up on a shallow roasting pan and insert ovenproof thermometer to the tip is centered in   the thickest part of the meat and set aside.  Toss shallots and potatoes with the remaining 2 tbsp. oil on a rimmed baking   sheet and season with salt and ground black pepper. Roast beef for 55 to 70 minutes for medium rare. Roast veggies from 55   to 60 minutes until potatoes are nearly tender.   When the thermometer registers 135 degrees, remove roast and transfer to a carving board. Continue roasting veggies from 8 to 10 minutes or until potatoes are browned.

Another Great Hispanic Roasting Recipe

Posted in Hispanic Humor and Comedy | No Comments » December 29th, 2011

 Hispanic roasting is probably one of the most delicious recipes around the world. If you just can’t get enough of Hispanic roasting, here is another recipe you might want   to check out, the Cuban Roaste Pork Leg or Pernil.

Ingredients you need include 1 tbsp. coarse salt, 12 garlic cloves, ½ cup Delicioso adobo, 6 sprigs fresh oregano leaves, 1 cup Mojo sauce, 4 juiced limes, 1 cups orange juice and 1 (14 to 16 pound) bone-in whole fresh pork leg.

Place garlic cloves on cutting board and slice in half lengthwise, then smash with the side of a knife. Sprinkle salt over the garlic and chop then smear garlic against the cutting board until it turns to a paste. Add oregano, chop into the garlic paste and blend. Put the paste in a big bowl, add adobo, Mojo, orange and lime juices. Place pork in a roasting pan and using a sharp knife, score the surface of the meat in a crosshatch pattern, then   pour marinade over the pork, making certain it gets into the incisions and penetrates into the meat. Cover and marinate in the fridge for at least four hours. Preheat oven to 450 degrees and roast pork for thirty minutes. Lower to 350 degrees and continue roasting until meat falls apart and an instant-read thermometer will reach 160 degrees when inserted to the thickest pork part. Baste with marinade every thirty minutes. Total roasting time is from five to five and a half hours.

Vegetable Hispanic Roasting

Posted in Hispanic Humor and Comedy | No Comments » December 20th, 2011

 There is just something about Hispanic roasting that is so irresistible. Where it is pork loin roast, chicken roast or even vegetable roast, the taste has something different that will surely make you crave for more. Here is a Hispanic roasting recipe you can check out. It is perfect for all vegetarians and vegetable lovers out there.

Ingredients you will need includes 16 oz. baby potatoes, 2 big onions, 1 yellow bell pepper, 8 oz. grape or cherry tomatoes, 1 red bell pepper, ½ -1 tbsp. sea salt, 2 tbsp. olive oil, 2.25 oz. black olives, 2 tbsp. smoked paprika, 1 tbsp. dried oregano and 1 tsp. black pepper.

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Cut all the vegetables into bite sizes and place in a big bowl. Combine all the spices together in a small bowl and pour spices and olive oil over the vegetables and toss them all together. Spread them evenly over ungreased and big cookie sheet. Bake the vegetables for around forty-five to fifty minutes until the potatoes could be pierced easily using a fork. This is a great roasted vegetable Hispanic style that you can serve to your family. Delicious roasted   vegetables that is cholesterol-free.

Chicken Hispanic Roasting

Posted in Hispanic Humor and Comedy | No Comments » December 14th, 2011

  A roasted chicken is one of the popular main dishes in Hispanic countries. Hispanic roasting will surely make you crave for more. Chicken roasting Hispanic style is simple enough that any one could make it successfully. The Hispanic roasting of chicken has added flavor by adding white wine and garlic. Try this recipe for a great family dinner. This recipe could be served with green salad or fried potatoes.

Ingredients you need include 3 tbsp. virgin  olive oil, 1 whole roaster chicken, salt, 3-4 garlic cloves,  ½ tsp. salt, 8 oz. chicken broth, 8 oz. white  wine and 1 sprig fresh parsley. Heat oven to 180C or 350F and cut the chicken to four pieces.  Rub the pieces with the virgin olive oil and place in a big ovenproof dish. Put garlic cloves and 4 oz. white wine to the food processor and whirl until the garlic is mixed into the  white wine,    then  add 4 oz. of broth and whirl  until mixed thoroughly and pour over chicken.

Cover the chicken using aluminum foil and place the chicken into hot oven. Remove the aluminum foil after fifteen minutes in the oven and baste the chicken with the juices. Continue roasting the chicken for forty-five minutes and make sure to periodically check that the liquid has not evaporated. Add wine and broth when needed. When done, the chicken should be tender and serve with wine sauce.

Enjoy Hispanic Roasting

Posted in Hispanic Humor and Comedy | No Comments » December 13th, 2011

 A lot of people think that cooking Hispanic food takes plenty of time since they have been to Spain or other Hispanic countries and had sumptuous three, four or five course meals in a day. In truth, most Hispanic dishes are uncomplicated and do not take a lot of time to prepare. For instance, many think that Hispanic roasting takes a lot of time to do.

There are many different kinds of Hispanic roasting that will surely set your mouths to water. For instance, here is a technique on how to prepare home-style Spanish roast pork. When you learn the process, it will become fairly easy and you might want to do it on a regular basis. Ingredients you need include a shoulder roast pork, olive oil and spices. Wash the roast pork in a mixture of vinegar and water.

Using a sharp knife, create deep puncture holes all over the pork and put it aside. Add spices such garlic powder, goya adobo, basil powder, sage, thyme, pepper, salt, vinegar and oil. Mix five heaping tablespoons of the entire dry ingredient in a bowl. Pour vinegar and oil carefully to the bowl and pour just enough of each to form paste consistency. Take a teaspoon of the paste and insert into every punctured holes of the pork and massage remaining paste in the bowl to the entire roast. Marinate overnight or at least 12 hours before you roast. Place the roast pork in the oven and cook for three and a half hour.

Hispanic Roasting

Posted in Hispanic Humor and Comedy | No Comments » September 19th, 2011

 There is something about Hispanic roasting that delights foodies around the world. By learning how to do prepare the seasoning for a delicious roast, it will lead you to want to eat the whole roast. Hispanic roasting is finger-licking good and the aroma will leave you mesmerized. The special herbs are simply irresistible.

Probably one of the biggest hits in the Hispanic community is the caja china style roasting. It has exploded in popularity across the country in the last few years. Consider also Cuban style whole pig roast for family gatherings on New Year’s Eve. There are several ways of preparing this kind of roasting and is extremely very popular not just in the Southern America but the entire US nation as well.

This kind of roasting is given much care and attention on the flavors, ingredients and seasoning to make every roast unforgettable. There are several restaurants and catering companies that cater to this roasting. Most have been around for many years now and is a perfect place to enjoy this great tasting food. Check out an amazing food by trying out several roasting methods the Hispanic way. You can find hundreds of Hispanic recipes for roasting on the internet.

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