This is not your grandma’s casserole but a whole new level of nomnom experience in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. It just might blow your taste buds. Its sweet plantains stuffed with crabmeat and topped with a ton of cheese. When they made this, they went all-in — crazy amounts of everything. The whole thing is layered with giant pieces of crab meat. Perfect seafood and sweet flavor combination. You can really taste each distinct ingredient. It is served with a side of mashed potatoes and rice. If you here, there is no excuse not to try this amazing dish. That is one costly dish, but so worth it. The actual dish name is Cazuela de Salmorejo y Maduros. Make sure to sit outside and enjoy a sweet breath on your old town, San Juan adventures.


Plantains Crabmeat Casserole $19 @ Cafe Puerto Rico
4.6NOM Score

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