Que comida favorita has apredido hacer para tu esposo o tus hijos?

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Yo soy Chilena/Española y mi esposo es Salvadoreño, un dia sorprendi a mi esposo con pupusas q' son tipicos del Salvador.  La tia de mi esposo me hico el favor de enseñarme hacerlas asi q' lo sorprendi con unas pususas media a-chilenadas hehe.  Que Comida nueva has apredido hacer por tu familia?

I'm Chilean/Spanish and my husband is Salvadorian, one day I surprised him with some pupusas I made for him thanks to his aunt who taught me how to make them.  He was super surprised even though I did give them the Chilean touch!  What new dishes have you learned to prepare for your family?



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DyanaJay

My husband is Mexican and I'm Puertorican.  I've learned to make picadillo, which is a ground beef and vegetable soup made in Mexico.  It's always a hit with them.  I also make regular sopa mexicana with a twist. I add turkey bacon and corn to the soup and they love it too.

NatVee45

I don't think I have learned anything new since starting a family. If I see a recipe that I'd like to try, I just teach myself. :o)

luckymomof7
My husband is Filipino and I learned to make a classic dish called pansit. My family loves it.
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maria123

Yo aprendi a hacer empanadas! soy argentina, siempre veia a mi mama hacerlas, pero nunca las habia hecho yo... hasta que nos vinimos a vivir a Estados Unidos y como extrañaba tanto las empanadas un dia dije que las iba a hacer yo... y salieron deliciosas!

jugodenaranja

Mi esposo es de mexico y bueno yo tambien es solo k yo fui criada en USA so I learned to make tamales, pozole, mole from scratch (the hardest thing ever) pero he loves todo eso haha

MiaNYC

 I'm sure your husband loves Puertorican food as well, I can't get enough of Sancocho, my Uncle who's married to my aunt is from PR and he cooks fantastic! Not to mention he makes killer pasteles Yum!


Quoting DyanaJay:

My husband is Mexican and I'm Puertorican.  I've learned to make picadillo, which is a ground beef and vegetable soup made in Mexico.  It's always a hit with them.  I also make regular sopa mexicana with a twist. I add turkey bacon and corn to the soup and they love it too.


 

MiaNYC

 Nice!!!!  And where are you from?  What is Pansit?


Quoting luckymomof7:

My husband is Filipino and I learned to make a classic dish called pansit. My family loves it.


 

MiaNYC

 Las empanadas son riquisimas!!! Y realmente se extraña la comida de tu origen, lo q' mas extraño de la comida chilena son los locos mayo y  un buen curanto.


Quoting maria123:

Yo aprendi a hacer empanadas! soy argentina, siempre veia a mi mama hacerlas, pero nunca las habia hecho yo... hasta que nos vinimos a vivir a Estados Unidos y como extrañaba tanto las empanadas un dia dije que las iba a hacer yo... y salieron deliciosas!


 

MiaNYC

 I know what you mean, my sister is from Chile and her husband is from Mexico and let me tell you she can cook up some mean Mexican food!  She's pratically Mexican hehe...


Quoting jugodenaranja:

Mi esposo es de mexico y bueno yo tambien es solo k yo fui criada en USA so I learned to make tamales, pozole, mole from scratch (the hardest thing ever) pero he loves todo eso haha


 

libelulalatina

A mi familia le encanta el pozole! siempre habia querido hacerlo,pero no me habia animado. La verdad es que las primeras veces salia "bien" pero ahora despues de tantas veces de haberlo hecho, creo que he mejorado!

Y tambien a mis hijas les encantan las sopas =D