Goya Foods for Hispanic Heritage Month With Chef Hugo Molina

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Food from Latino countries is extensive, varied and delicious.  Some countries like in Mexico like it spicy, but others like Colombia do not like the hot stuff.  During Hispanic Heritage month we have been enjoying many of the most popular like tacos and mole, but today we want to share some delicious dishes and recipes that you may not have tried that are both very different and at the same time.  You can find
renowned Chef Hugo Molina creating his magic at his restaurant Setá in Whittier.  He is from Guatemala and likes to blend the flavors of his specialty modern American cuisine with a Latin twist. Goya specializes in food from Latin America.  Foods we’ll feature: From El Salvador – Pupusas; From Mexico – Gorditas; From Colombia - Empanadas.

For Goya recipes, visit their website www.goya.com.


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