This is Venezuela's National Dish. You can also serve it with Arepas and Queso Blanco (white cheese - similar to mozarella).
Serve all ingredients on a plate and sprinkle some shredded queso blanco over the ...
Diablitos was everyone's favorite in Venezuela when I was a kid. It is actually an American product - Deviled Ham, but its largest consumer is Venezuela. It's usually consumed with arepas, toast or crackers. A friend of ours started mixing it with mayo and parmesan cheese and jokingly named it "Diablitos Gourmet" ...
Shrimp Cocktail with avocado was one of my favorite meals in Venezuela.
Cooked shrimp - 6 per serving
Avocados - 1/2 per serving
2 Tablespoons Mayo
4 Tablespoons Ketchup
Salt and pepper to taste
1/2 teaspoon horseradish
Mix all ingredients for ...
You will find this dish throughout the Caribbean, and the north of South America. I make it Venezuelan style. I do know that in Brazil and that in Cuba it is prepared similarly, but I am not sure how close their recipes are. The only downside to this dish is that it requires a very long time to cook. ...
This recipe is a combination between the way roast chicken is made in Venezuela and the way I used to make it in Florida... It's also an easy recipe when the kids have friends over - I still have not met a kid yet that didn't like lemon chicken!
(This recipe serves 8 - adjust for 4)
4 garlic ...
This is one of my favorite Venezuelan soups. It is really nice to make when expecting guests that are traveling and are not sure when they arrive, because it is a main dish, and you do not have to worry about any last minute cooking!
1 whole chicken or 6 legs (thighs & drumsticks)
4 celery ...
This is a Venezuelan favorite. It is usually eaten for breakfast with arepas:
2 lbs beef (sirloin or skirt - skirt shreads easier! - I cannot buy in Germany, but if I could I would prefer it)
2 peppers - chopped
2 onions- chopped
3 garlic cloves - pressed
1/2 cup tomato puree
This is a Venezuelan delicacy I was happy to grow up with. There is nothing better than to eat an arepa and have a nice "cafe con leche" for breakfast. I'll break any diet for them! I'll happily skip crème brûlée - no problem - but arepas I cannot resist!
2 cups Harina PAN - corn flour, ...
This is the Venezuelan version of guacamole. It is a little darker than the Mexican version and that is due to the fact that we use red peppers instead of or besides using tomatoes. In Venezuela it is served with steaks.
1 Avocado - make sure it is ripe!
1/2 lime juice
This is the way scrambled eggs are eaten in Venezuela. Since we are on vacation right now, I had enough time to make this for breakfast...
1 teaspoon salt
Chop the onion finely and fry it on medium heat while you prepare the ...