This looks like a pretty good recipe but just a heads up--living in Puerto Rico, the essential ingredients in any Puerto Rican seasoning is garlic, onion, peppers, tomato and cilantro (also culantro if you can find it--a stronger flavor cousin to cilantro). Other layers of flavor to add would be a bay leaf, briny things like olives and capers as they added here, and also a bay leaf as well as oregano. I'll try this recipe but add some winter squash, bay leaf and definately garlic. You would also find some kind of pork fat in the dish---so you could sautee your veggies in a little bacon for an extra layer of flavor. They use a long light colored pepper--a cross between a aneheim and a green pepper. Hard to find here.