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Ropa Vieja

A Latin Classic You Need in Your Playbook

Ropa Vieja translates to Old clothes and comes from a story of an old homeless man miraculously creating a stew out of his old clothes. Highly unlikely but I love a good story. It’s a classic Latin Dish in Spain, Cuba, all over Latin America and is one of my favorite things to eat whenever I visit Miami.






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The dish is inspired by a true story. It was extremely emotional.

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May 16
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Great recipe. I am Cuban and have eaten this many times, but I never thought of adding jalapeños. space bar clicker

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Guest
Feb 23

Made it a few times now, without the Plantains tho. I would highly recommend to try this with some nice mashed potatoes. Absolutely amazing dish. Great recipe.

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Feb 05
Rated 5 out of 5 stars.

So good! I couldn't find ripe plantains, but otherwise it was amazing and the house smells so good! I would double the rice.

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