The foods of Dominican-RepublicOne of the most common food in the Dominican Republic is La Bandera, which is considered the national dish.
It is a colorful meal that matches the colors of the country's flag and consists of rice, red beans, meat, and salad.
Tostones (Twice-Fried Plantains)
Tostones are made from unripe plantains and served as a side dish to meat and fish dishes, or as part of a larger meal.
Arepa Salada (Dominican Savory Cornbread) Not to be confused with Mexican and South American arepas, which are flat, savory discs that are usually filled with meats, cheeses or eggs. Dominican Arepa is a sweet dessert.
Cooking in Dominican-Republic
The types of Cuisines in Dominican-Republic are influenced by: Caribbean - Latin-American -
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