Cuban beef picadillo - Latin comfort food - Laylita's Recipes
Beef picadillo is a traditional Latin comfort food dish made with ground beef, potatoes, onions, garlic, cumin, bell peppers, white wine, tomato sauce, raisins, olives and capers.
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Puerto Rican Picadillo Recipe -- fragrant, flavorful ground beef stew with potatoes, tomatoes, olives and raisins. Easy and no fuss cooking.
Cuban Picadillo Recipe
This Cuban Picadillo recipe is my family's favorite! It's really quick and easy to make, I make it a few times a month and make enough so we have leftovers!
Picadillo Mexican Beef over Rice Recipe
Picadillo Mexican Beef recipe made so easy in one pot and served over rice. Classic and total comfort food great for a crowd. Total must-have to add to the weekly meals! (Gluten Free, Dairy Free)
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Taco Pie | by Life Tastes Good is an easy and economical recipe perfect for even the busiest nights of the week! Refried beans and seasoned ground beef sandwiched between 2 large flour tortillas is topped with shredded cheese and fresh vegetables to create a Mexican inspired dish the whole family will love! #LTGRecipes
Easy Cuban-Style Beef Picadillo
Easy Cuban-Style Beef Picadillo is a delicious, quick fix dish full of flavor and pizzaz. When made with lean ground beef, it's also a great healthy beef recipe for a weeknight or weekend meal the whole family will enjoy!
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How to make Picadillo recipe | Ground beef and Potatoes
Ground beef and potatoes cooked in a tomato sauce is a dish known as picadillo sencillo, or carne molida con papas. All the ingredients are usually chopped before cooking. “Chopping” in Spanish is “picar” or “cortar”, which is where the dish gets its name.
There are probably about as many different recipes for picadillo as there are Hispanic cooks. This is mine, there's no raisins or nuts, just lots of beef and little bits of peppers, onions, and papas. I made this based on the memory of how my mom always makes hers, I think it comes pretty close. You'll need ground beef, bell pepper, onion, jalapeño, red potato, oregano, chili powder, garlic powder, and comino. Chop, chop, chop. Chop. Begin with the beef, add a bit of salt & pepper and break…