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Shrimp and Potato Fritters (Bombas de Camarones y Papas) Appetizer
The Caribbean is famous for various fried foods sold at street side stands and grills. This shrimp and potato fritter recipe is a mixture of shrimp, Munster cheese, and potato - perfect to start off your Easter meal.
02 of 06
Layered Egg and Onion Salad (Ensalada de Huevos y Cebolla)
If you're planning a salad to go with your Easter meal, try this layered egg and onion salad recipe. It's a light salad made with onions, eggs, lettuce, and asparagus, which is dressed with vinaigrette and parmesan cheese.
03 of 06
Lamb and Roasted Pepper Stew (Chilindrón de Cordero)
Many Spanish households serve a lamb dish with their Easter meal. This lamb and roasted pepper stew call for piquillo peppers, which are Spanish roasted, sweet red peppers.
04 of 06
Instead of the standard mashed potatoes, potato salad or scalloped potatoes, why not try stuffed potato balls? You get meat and potatoes in one little bite.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
05 of 06
Corn Fritters (Frituras de Maiz)
For your vegetable dish try these corn fritters. They're easy to make and cook up fast, so you can concentrate on your more complicated Easter dishes.
06 of 06
Rice pudding is a favorite dessert in the Caribbean. You can serve it for a sweet ending to any holiday meal. This recipe is sweetened up with cinnamon, vanilla, sugar and evaporated milk.