Cookbook:Cuisine of The Dominican Republic

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Mondongo is a very hearty tripe stew in a spicy red base, served with lime wedges and chopped onions. Usually available Saturday mornings in Dominican restaurants, it is especially recommended for a hangover. Menudo is related to the Mexican tripe stew in recipe, name, Saturday availability, presentation (beside limes and onions, Menudo comes with the addition of corn tortillas), and reputed therapeutic value. Verify this.

Locrio is another popular dish.

See also
Category:Dominican recipes