Of all the cuisines of the world I love the Latin flavors most. Mexico, Cuba, Spain, Peru are all represented here in recipes. Some are Paleo, some AIP and most are keto friendly. We have gathered nine of our favorites from the POTG Test Kitchen for you. Come along on a culinary adventure with us and try out some of the recipes below.

 

Nine Latin Cuisine Inspired Recipes from the POTG Test Kitchen

Delicious Cuban Rice Bowl

This is a bowl full of deliciousness! The juicy mojo pork, creamy plantains, crunch carrots and cauliflower rice are all so tasty!

Take me to the recipe!

Huevos Rancheros

Huevos rancheros is a classic Mexican dish. Our paleo version uses the POTG Tortilla and our Straight from the Farm “Cheddar Cheese”. If you follow a Paleo lifestyle definitely give this a try.

Take me to the Huevos!

Spicy Chicken Stuffed Baked Avocado

Avocado is one of those things that I never considered baking with or serving hot for that matter. This dish is cooked and served in the “shell” of half an avocado. This is a very tasty dish!

Get the Stuffed Baked Avocado!

FISH TACOS

I remember my first trip down into Baja California because of the tacos. Fish tacos that is. Fresh fish, crunchy cabbage, cilantro and lime all come together so nicely. You can use whatever fresh, mild fish you can get in your area.

 

Mmmm I need Fish Tacos!

SHRIMP CEVICHE WITH AVOCADO AND APPLE

This is a delicious take on ceviche for the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP). It would be great served with your favorite chip or cracker, or on top of mixed greens for an entree salad. Or you can just keep a batch made in the refrigerator and grab a spoon-full when you need a little something.   Mmmm I want to make this!

Mexican Rice Bowl

This dish has all the flavors needed for a delicious Paleo/Keto meal. I mean, anytime you can have salsa and shrimp is a good time! This is simple to make and will surely fill the need for a little Mexican food in your life.

I need a Mexican Rice Bowl now!

Spanish Chorizo Burger

The “burger” and the shrimp are delicious, yum. The parsnip fries dipped in the aioli (another big yum)! This makes for a really good meal that the whole family can enjoy.

 

I need Spanish Surf & Turf!

 

 

Paleo/Keto Paella  

Paella originated in Valencia Spain and its main ingredient is rice. It can be found throughout the world with various cultures putting there spin on the original recipe. Chef Ann came up with the Paleo version in the POTG Test Kitchen after a vacation in Spain. Give this a try!

Take me to the Paella

 

Mexican Hot Chocolate

When I was little, every once in a while my mom would make us Mexican Hot Chocolate. You know, from those round cakes of chocolate, sugar and spices that you melt and whip up with milk. It was delicious and just the mention of it brings back warm memories. This Paleo version is pretty good, check it out.

I love hot chocolate!