Cracking open a jar of marinara sauce and throwing a pack of spaghetti into a pot of boiling water is one of the easiest ways to make a meal during a busy work week, but sometimes the jarred sauce coating your pasta is lacking in flavor. Even a batch of homemade sauce you've spent hours on can be disappointing in the flavor department - missing a certain something you just can't put your finger on. So, naturally, you turn to a secret ingredient to save the day.
- Janette Speyer
Time for breakfast! This is how I remember my childhood mornings with a hot flaky empanada filled with runny cheese. The empanada is the people’s food. A staple that every Latino can relate to. Originating in Portugal this delicacy made its way into different countries. Here are a few recipes from Spain, Portugal and South America. Bring your appetite! 😋😋