Achochas rellenas

Achocha, caigua, jaiba (Cyclanthera pedata), perennial fruit that develops in hot humid climates, native to Peru But Also grows in South America and Central America.

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Achocha plant – La Mocora

Achochas rellenas:

Ingredients:

4 achochas
1 onion, diced
2 tomatoes diced
1 pound mozzarella cheese
cilantro

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ingredients

Directions:

1.) Cut achochas the wider end, remove gently the seeds or heart.

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Like this!!!

2.) In a pot fried using a little bit of vegetable oil the onion, tomato, cheese after 2-3 minutes add cilantro diced.

3.) Wait about 5 minutes using a spoon fill the achochas.

4.) In a pot with water, place achochas with the open side up.
Cover and leave them to cook 15 minutes over low heat.

serve hot.

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About silvana1989

Una persona con amor por la vida y su esencia, siempre dispuesta a aprender. Disfruto de la buena lectura, música, agricultura y conocer gente y éste blog es para mostrar las experiencias que todo esto junto le da a mi vida
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8 Responses to Achochas rellenas

  1. Yum yum! The presentation is lovely, though I am wondering when you found time to create this post when we painted until almost midnight! mine’s coming soon!

    great post, amiga!
    z

  2. LuAnn says:

    Sounds fabulous. Wish I could find achocas here.

  3. fotograffer says:

    Yummy! Can I come to your house for supper tonight? I’ll help with the painting. 🙂

  4. Jueseppi B. says:

    Reblogged this on The ObamaCrat.Com™ and commented:
    Thank to Ms. Z, of Playamart – Zeebra Designs, for guiding me to this blog, and Ms. Silvana.

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