Search recipes

By category

By origin

You are here

Nicaraguan

Macuá
Macuá Nicaraguan Rum Cocktail

The Macuá originated in 1996 in Nicaragua’s capital of Managua as part of a tourism competition to appoint a national cocktail.


Read more
Pan de Coco (Coconut Bread)
Pan de Coco (Coconut Bread)

A slightly sweet, coconut-enriched yeasted bread from the Caribbean, Pan de Coco is perfect for breakfast or a snack, and can also be served with a Caribbean-themed meal of beans, rice, plantains, and fresh fish.


Read more
Sopa de Queso (Nicaraguan Cheese Soup)
Sopa de Queso (Nicaraguan Cheese Soup)

There are many dishes associated with the season of Lent and Easter and in Nicaragua, one of these key dishes is Sopa de Queso.


Read more
Bacalao a lo Nica

A delectable sweet-and-salty tang distinguishes this stew.


Read more
Vigorón

This classic "meal-snack," which is traditionally served on a plantain leaf, is enjoyed on all occasions.


Read more

You are here