Moro de guandules

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Moro de guandules (Moorish pigeon peas) is a dish from the cuisine of the Dominican Republic. This dish most likely is adopted from Puerto Rican cuisine a dish known as arroz con gandules. The word moro relating to rice and beans originated in Cuba.

Eaten in the Dominican Republic, is Moro de guandules con coco. Similar to Jamaican rice and peas the rice is cooked with onions, bell peppers, garlic, tomato paste, celery, thyme, orégano, coconut milk and green pigeon peas. This is a traditional food for Christmas (List of Christmas dishes).

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