This is a Puerto Rican recipe, and it is really tasty and not spicy at all.
- 1 can habichuela (bush's beans)
- 1 can water (use the same can as the bush's beans for measurement)
- sazon goya (co cilantro y achiote) (these are special spice packages that you should be able to find on the Hispanic Aisle in stores)
- 1 chicken buyon cube
- some diced potatoes
- sofrito (this is a special sauce that you might be able to find on the Hispanic Aisle. It has cilantro, onions and garlic among other things. If you can't find it, just throw in some cilantro, onions, and garlic and it will work out.)
Put everything in a pot and heat until the potatoes are soft.
Serve on a bed of white rice.
Optional: serve with pork chops. Season the pork chops with Adobo All purpose seasoning (again, it will be found on the Hispanic Aisle.)
This recipe is thanks to Hermana Luna.