I must admit that, although I have lived in the "mainland," for more than 30 years, I'm still annoyed when I see a "Puerto Rican" recipe that includes hot peppers (mild or otherwise). I'm no longer suprised to see that all/most non-hispanics assume that all/most Puerto Ricans eat spicy food with hot peppers.(Unfortunately, as a result Puerto Rican restaurants offer hot sauces for visitors/tourists who assume that Puerto Rican food is similar to Mexican food.) Please note that Puerto Rican dishes are very tasty, but are not spicy and are cooked with sweet peppers. All Puerto Rican recipes taste so much better, when cooked with sweet peppers and other non-spicy ingredients! (I have not tried this recipe, but gave it one star because rating is required.)

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