Puerto Rican Pasteles - like tamales, but grain-free and naturally #paleo! This is a family recipe that has been passed down for generations. http://thecuriouscoconut.com/blog/how-to-make-puerto-rican-pasteles-paleo-aip
Pasteles are wrapped green banana stuffed meat pastries, traditionally served at Christmas time in Puerto Rico. I think these should have plantains, not bananas.
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Make Puerto Rican pasteles, or tamales, for the holidays with this recipe from Cooking Channel.
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How to Make Puerto Rican Pasteles (paleo, AIP option) Recipe by Amanda Torres @ The Curious Coconut Puerto Rican pasteles are.
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