Recipes from Our Favorite Latina Food Bloggers

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we asked some of our favorite Latina food bloggers for special family recipes. We ended up with a delicious tapestry of dishes hailing from Cuba, Mexico and the Dominican Republic, among other places. Read on for their mouthwatering stories and recipes (11 Photos)

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Recipes from Our Favorite Latina Food Bloggers

Ana Pelaez

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Potaje de Garbanzos (Chickpea Stew)

I took my time liking garbanzos. Whether as a main dish, soup or side served during my Cuban family’s lingering lunches, I’d pass on the smoky garbanzos everyone else was enjoying. But sometimes things taste better with an accent -- semesters abroad in Spain, ventures into Indian food, and weekend meet-ups with friends at the Middle Eastern restaurants that dot my Brooklyn neighborhood changed my mind. Now I can think of nothing better than standing over a pot of plumped-up chickpeas, sautéed peppers and spicy chorizo, working out ways to deepen the flavors and rediscover the textures I found so overwhelming before. With a newfound appreciation, Potaje de Garbanzos has become my favorite recipe to make when I’m trying to make my way home. --Ana Pelaez, Hungry Sofia

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