Ropa Vieja


beef, tomatoes, pepper, onions

Panamanian version of Ropa Vieja. This dish was originated in the Canary Islands. It is made of slow-cooked shredded beef with peppers and onions in a spicy tomato sauce. It mean "old clothes" because resembles a mess of colorful rags. The dish is typically served over rice.

Created April 9, 2018 by: ClaudioRoman

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