An ethnic “hispanic” locally owned business in Buffalo, NY, is opening its authentic recipe for Sofrito to the public by delivering to your doorsteps.
You may ask yourself what is Sofrito? But the local Hispanic community is craving it. The word “Sofrito” is Spanish and means to lightly fry something, such as by sauteing or stir-frying. It’s a technique that the Spanish colonists brought with them when they settled in the Caribbean and Latin America beginning in the late 1400s.
Sofrito is used in cooking throughout the Caribbean and especially in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. It’s a fragrant blend of herbs and spices used to season countless dishes, such as stews, beans, rice, alcapurrias, and occasionally meat. In most cases, sofrito is the foundation upon which the rest of a recipe is built.
Our ingredients are carefully selected to match our recipes quality and authenticity that our ancestors used back then to equally taste and save the tradition of our heritage and to delight your taste büds today. Our humble beginnings start in Buffalo, NY we are driven by our community and love to inspire all with our Sofrito , says Jahaira Acevedo (CEO and Operator of “encanto Sofrito, LLC.”).
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