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Ingredients 1 T vegetable shortening 4 oz cooked ham Dry ingredients: 1 t adobo 1 t oregano 1 t thyme 1 t rosemary ½ t tarragon 3 cilantro leaves 4 cloves garlic 1 medium onion ½ cubanelle pepper 6 ajies dulces 1 envelope Sazon Goya con culantro y achiote 6 oz. tomato sauce Chop ham into 3/4 inch pieces and place into hot pot with melted vegetable shortening over medium heat. Stir occasionally. Place dry ingredients in mortar and grind to combine flavors; tear up washed cilantro leaves into 1 inch pieces and add to mortar. Grind into dry ingredients. Add garlic cloves, one by one and combine with other ingredients to form a paste. Scrape out paste with a silicone spatula and add to pan with ham crisps. Stir. Shut off heat to prevent garlic paste from overcooking. In a food processor combine, onion, pepper and ajies. Pulse together until finely chopped. Add to pan and turn on the heat to medium. Add sazon Goya. Cook ingredients together for 5 minutes. Add tomato sauce and cook another 5 minutes. You now have a sofrito base to which you can add beans, rice, meats, or fish.

Sofrito


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(posted May 9, 2009)

Ingredients
1 T
vegetable shortening
4 oz
cooked ham

Dry ingredients:
1 t
adobo
1 t
oregano
1 t
thyme
1 t
rosemary
½ t
tarragon

3
cilantro leaves
4 cloves
garlic

1 medium
onion
½ cubanelle pepper
6 ajies dulces
1 envelope Sazon Goya con culantro
y achiote
6 oz.
tomato sauce

Chop ham into 3/4 inch pieces and place into
hot pot with melted vegetable shortening over medium heat. Stir occasionally.

Place
dry ingredients in mortar and grind to combine flavors; tear up washed cilantro leaves into 1 inch pieces and add to mortar. Grind into dry ingredients. Add garlic cloves, one by one and combine with other ingredients to form a paste.

Scrape out paste with a silicone
spatula and add to pan with ham crisps. Stir. Shut off heat to prevent garlic paste from overcooking.

In a
food processor combine, onion, pepper and ajies. Pulse together until finely chopped. Add to pan and turn on the heat to medium. Add sazon Goya.

Cook ingredients together for 5 minutes. Add
tomato sauce and cook another 5 minutes.

You now have a
sofrito base to which you can add beans, rice, meats, or fish.


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