Sweaty Meat

Mmmmmm…Sounds delicious, no?  No.  But that is the English translation of Carne Sudada, one of my Colombian husband’s favorite meals.  It is a Colombian version of beef stew.  Well enough of that. This stew can be made in a pressure cooker or regular stove top.  I like the flavor you get from the pressure cooker and…

Arroz con Pollo (Chicken and Rice)

This is a Colombian version of the famous chicken and rice. I like to make it pretty and arrange all the colorful ingredients in an eye-pleasing design. I make this with chicken wings.

Colombian Churrasco (Grilled Sirloin Steak)

In some countries Churrasco is made from filet mignon, skirt steak, or beef tenderloin and pounded thin. In Colombia is made from lean sirloin (my grocery calls it London Broil cut) and it is about 1 to 1 1/2 inches thick. It’s marinated in a chimichurri sauce then grilled or broiled.

Heart Healthy Colombian-Style Beans

My husband is from Colombia and you know no one can make beans like his grandmother did.  In fact, as a child, he would only eat her cooking.  No one else’s.  Nowadays, he is not so picky.  He’ll eat beans, but he really loves Colombian-style beans.  For him, only red kidney beans will do.  He…