How to make Puerto Rican Domplines(Arepas o Tortas)!

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32 thoughts on “How to make Puerto Rican Domplines(Arepas o Tortas)!”

  1. I’ve never seen these before? My mother made “tortas” but they weren’t anything like those! As far as as I remember, she would mix egg, milk ,corn meal, flour and sugar together and I think she added a little melted butter. The batter was liguidy and she would drop a big tablespoon full into the hot fat. They looked the the ones in your video and they tasted heavenly! Sometimes we would have them with fried eggs for breakfast! She called them tortas! So now I don’t know what to think!

  2. Can you fill it with cheese and meat or No??? I would like to make them … I love all your dishes I’ve done many and my pernil came out amazing thanks for that … not that I don’t know how to make it but I thought I’d do your recipe this time and we loved it;) thanks a much god bless

  3. i just found your channel and i just wanted to say THANK YOU! unfortunately, all of the cooks on the puerto rican side of my family passed away when i was young so i was never able to learn from them, so i'm so glad to be able to watch your videos now! i'm actually going to make tembleque for my family for the first time this christmas and i can't wait to incorporate more recipes into our traditions! x

  4. I'm a white girl who married into a Puerto Rican family. My husband was born in Ponce but raised in the states. My husband was raised on what he called "dumplinos." My mother-in-law tried to show me how to make these but I've never had a written recipe with measurements. I'm so happy to find this video!!

  5. Question? So I'm not sure but can u add a little fine cornmeal to this mix bc I remember something like this when I was younger. Or is that another type of domplines, besides sorullitos which I know or could it have been a personal touch from the lady I remember that made these?

  6. Thank you for sharing this recipe I have been searching for this recipe for years. My Tia use to make this fried bread when I was a little girl it is so delicious especially with the beans. I can't wait to make it for my kids!!! Unfortunately, I have to use gluten free flour I'm gluten intolerant hope it comes out the same. Thank you again God bless you:)

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