|Tavern on the Green|
|by Jennifer Oz LeRoy|
A glorious celebration of the legendary eating spot in Manhattan's Central Park. Nestled in Central Park, one of the most fabulous settings imagin...
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Start by heating ... browned, add the Sofrito. This must ... low heat setting, stirring occasionally (every 10 minutes) until the rice is tender. Serve.
Sofrito is a soupy ... has thickened add green beans. Mix together. ... white rice or arroz con gandules (rice and pigeon peas). Enjoy.. This is delicious!
Remove dough rounds from freezer 1 hour in advance to thaw. In a pot over medium heat, sauté onions until soft. Add meat; brown thoroughly. Add ...
Clean and chop ... mix. Store half in refrigerator and half in freezer. Frozen sofrito can be kept for 2-4 months and refrigerated can be kept for 1 month.
Cut meat into ... minutes, saute with sofrito, tomato paste, ... cover. Let cook for approximately 1 hour, checking occasionally. After 1/2 hour, stir again.
Soak beans in ... then simmer. Add sofrito, sazon, adabo, ... adding water until beans are soft and potatoes and onion are cooked. Serve with white rice.
*Available at supermarkets. Heat oil in a heavy kettle. Sauté all spices and add alcaparroko, tomato sauce and sazon goya; mix well. Add rice ...
In 3 quart saucepan saute 'sofrito' in vegetable ... Add rice and 'gandules'. Cover and reduce heat to medium. Simmer for 15-25 minutes. Fluff with fork.
In large heavy ... its fat. Add Sofrito, tomato sauce, ... Cook uncovered over medium heat until water begins to boil. Cover, simmer 30 minutes. Serves 4.
*Can be found ... pan combine oil, sofrito and sazon and ... again, covering while on a light flame for 30 minutes. Once cooked, serve with favorite salad.
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