Lentils and Pork Stew (Lentejas Estofadas con Cerdo)

23 comments October 15, 2009
Lentejas Estofadas

I am a huge lentils and pork chops fan, so I decided to put them together in a lentil stew over white rice. It was simple to make and tasted delicious. I know, not very original, nevertheless, this is a great autumn dish :).

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Colombian Beef Stew (Sudado de Res)

31 comments June 13, 2009
Colombian-Style Beef Stew

Sudado de Carne Res is a very popular dish in Colombia, is very easy to make and delicious over white rice with avocado on the side. I think every Colombian home makes a sudado dish a least once a week. Sudados can also be made with pork or chicken. This Sudado de Carne Colombiano is […]

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Beef Stew in Tomato Sauce (Estofado de Res)

15 comments May 18, 2009
Estofado de Carne (Beef Stew) |

Colombians love Estofados. We make them with chicken,fish,beef and pork served over white rice.  This Beef Stew in Tomato Sauce (Estofado de Res) is very rich, with the tomato sauce base adding a sweetness to the dish. This dish is a bowl of pure dish comfort loaded with flavor. Best of all, it’s easy to […]

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Sudado de Pollo (Colombian-Style Chicken Stew)

42 comments April 12, 2009
Sudado Colombiano Receta

The sauce is what really makes this Sudado de Pollo dish and when you mix it whit white rice it is delicious. I love it because it is truly traditional Colombian cuisine that Colombians eat every day and reminds me of my childhood every time I smell it. Enjoy my Sudado de Pollo recipe.

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Sudado de Albóndigas (Meatball Stew)

18 comments February 25, 2009
Meatball Stew (Sudado de Albóndigas) can be made on the stove top or slow cooker. It is comforting and delicious |

Sudado is a very common dish in Colombia. You can also make sudado with chicken, beef or pork instead of meatballs. My grandmother made this Sudado de Albóndigas at least once a week. When you talk about something that’s truly Colombian, there is nothing more typical than “sudado” or stew. We serve Colombian Sudados over […]

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