Goya Foods Chef Carey Yorio joined us live to demo a few recipes. Goya Foods is the premiere source for authentic latino cuisine and the largest Hispanic owned food company in the country. Goya celebrates Hispanic Heritage year-round in kitchens and with families that love to eat authentic Latino food. This year is special because they are celebrating their 75th anniversary.
Goya Foods invites everyone to join them in celebrating their birthday by going online to www.goya.com for party recipes, games, coloring for kids, Goya Trivia and chances to win Recipe Books, digital cameras and even $75,000. For the complete recipes seen in the segment, see the information below.
1 head iceberg lettuce in bite size pieces or equivalent amount of your favorite type of lettuce(s)
½ medium red onion, sliced thin
½ pint grape tomatoes
1 red bell pepper or equal amount of yellow of green bell peppers, diced a ½ inch
1 can (14.1 oz.) GOYA® Whole Hearts of Palm, cut into 1 inch pieces.
½ tsp GOYA® Adobo with Pepper or to taste
1 cup GOYA® Mayonnaise
3 tbsp. ketchup
1. Line a serving platter with lettuce leaves. Arrange onions, tomatoes, peppers and hearts of palm on top of lettuce. Season with Adobo.
2. In bowl, mix mayonnaise and ketchup.
3. Serve salad with pink sauce on side.
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month: Goya Foods
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