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Black Garlic Adobo Blend
By Chef Reina Gascón-López
Adobo is an all-purpose seasoning blend common in Puerto Rican kitchens and I wanted to create a fun and insanely flavorful twist on this tried and true classic. By using black garlic, there’s a hint of sweetness and tangy depth to the blend of this spice cabinet workhorse. Use this in any recipe that you’d use an all-purpose seasoning blend and transform your dish into something magical with this umami-forward taste!
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Inspired by Puerto Rico
"Puerto Rican cuisine is a beautiful combination of West African, Spanish, and indigenous Taíno foods and cooking methods; and learning more about each of these influences has inherently shaped and strengthened my connection to my ancestors in the kitchen. Witnessing the impact that these three cultures and cuisines have had throughout the diaspora has taught me that we simply share more in common than one would think. I hope that using this blend in your kitchen will not only transport you to La Isla Bonita but help broaden your culinary outlook, inspire cooking with love and intention, and open your world to más sabor!" – Chef Reina Gascón-López
About Chef Reina Gascón-López
In 2017, Reina Gascón-López started The Sofrito Project to share her love of cooking with friends and family. As a Puerto Rican raised in the South, Reina explores both her multiracial background and cultures through food and writing. Cooking elevated homestyle and comfort foods, Reina’s recipes are good enough to make her grandmother proud and fancy enough to serve to company. Bridging the cultures of her Afro-Caribbean, Latin, and Southern upbringing allows for creativity in the kitchen with her flavorful and delicious recipes and digital cookbooks that her readers enjoy. Reina currently resides in Charleston, South Carolina. When she’s not busy creating recipes for her Patreon subscribers, she enjoys spending time with her rescue dog, gardening, and collecting cookbooks.
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