Sazón (Puerto Rican Seasoning)

sazon in an open glass spice jar on a wooden surface

The counterpart to adobo seco, sazón is another Puerto Rican seasoned salt – the difference being that while adobo is primarily used to flavor meat, sazón is primarily used to flavor vegetables. Traditionally, sazón contains ground annatto (achiote molido) for color, but I can only find whole annatto seeds in my area. I’ve learned the

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Adobo Seco (Dry Marinade)

adobo seco in glass spice jar on wooden surface

Adobo seco is a Puerto Rican seasoned salt. Sprinkle generously on meat before cooking, to add a distinctive Latin flavor to your meal. Most basic recipes also include onion powder, but I modeled mine after a certain beloved store brand, which omits onion entirely, so now I prefer it that way. I’ve also added a

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Asparagus Tomato Omelette

asparagus tomato omelette with a stainless steel fork on a red plate

Weekends are for omelettes. Comfy pajamas, sleeping in, binge-watching your favorite TV series… and omelettes. You can fill them with almost anything you like: meat, cheese or vegetables — or all three. I love asparagus so this one’s a favorite of mine. — L. Weal INGREDIENTS 5 thin asparagus stalks, trimmed 4 tablespoons salted butter 3 eggs 4—5

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