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May 1, 2010
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Mexican cream is rich, thick, tangy and slightly salty. It used to be hard to find in the US, but now you can find it in Latin or International stores, but also mainstream stores! In Mexico, you can find it in any grocery store, and there are richer versions in small towns and ranches, where the cream earns its name “Crema Fresca” and I bet you would feel like me: that you can finish a whole pint in spoonfuls.

If you can’t find it, you can substitute it for other kinds of Latin cream, such as the Salvadoran, they are very similar.

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September 28, 2009

Here is a clip from my appearance on Paula Deen’s Best Dishes. Click below to learn how to make fried plantains.

 

Continue reading The Food Network: Paula Deen’s Best Dishes “La Vida Loca”, Fried Plantains


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