Mojito isleño

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Mojito Isleño

Mojito isleño is a Puerto Rican hot sauce.

Preparation[edit]

The sauces is usually made with wine vinegar, olive oil, olives, capers, tomatoes, hot peppers, onions, garlic, and other herbs and spices. It is used as a topping for fish and shellfish.

Origin[edit]

The dish most likely originated in Salinas, Puerto Rico also known as "La Cuna del Mojito Isleño" (the cradle of the islander dip).

See also[edit]

Pasta Puttanesca, an Italian pasta dish with similar ingredients in its sauce

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