Croquetas de Jamon (Ham Croquettes) are a very popular Cuban snack that we usually make with some of the leftover ham after a family dinner. You can also enjoy them as a meal by pairing them with some hearty soup or rice and beans.
Cuban Caldo Gallego Soup is delicious and healthy… Serve it with some Cuban bread and enjoy!
Frijoles Colorados (Cuban Red Beans) are usually served over white rice and can be eaten with just about any meat, chicken or seafood. They also freeze very well so you can make a big pot and even enjoy them as a weekday meal.
A Medianoche Sandwich consists of ham, roast pork, Swiss cheese, dill pickles and mustard. It is a close cousin to the Cuban sandwich, the main difference being that a Medianoche is made on soft, sweet egg dough bread similar to Challah rather than on crustier Cuban bread.
This Hawaiian Barbecue Pizza recipe features great tasting ham, sweet pineapple, tangy barbecue sauce and red onions. Easy to make and delicious!
This Flavor-Injected Baked Ham recipe is sweet with a little hint of spice. It is a great way to serve a delicious & juicy ham any time of the year.
This West Tampa Cuban Sandwich recipe is the way that I have enjoyed most of the Cuban sandwiches I have eaten in West Tampa for over 40 years… You just can’t go wrong with this version of the popular sandwich.
The Original Cuban Sandwich is a variation of a ham and cheese originally created in cafes catering to Cuban cigar workers in the early Cuban immigrant communities of Florida: Key West, Ybor City and West Tampa.
The Miami-style Cuban Sandwich is a version of the Original Cuban Sandwich which does not contain Salami or Mustard, but is made pretty much the same and contains all other ingredients.
Garbanzo Bean Soup is a hearty and nutritious soup that can be enjoyed by itself or as part of a larger meal. Cook it low and slow!