My Family Uses Goya Daily



Feb 2, 2013 Goya (2)eeditedI can't remember a time when we weren't using a Goya product with our meals. I am not even sure when it started. It may have started back when I was around 19 or 20, living on my own and eventually with Manny, a short, hot, Puerto Rican guy who was way older, had a kid and I found him so damn hot. So if he wanted his meals cooked with Goya beans and seasonings, damn it, I was going to do it. His pantry and his mom's kitchen was stocked with Goya everything. There was sauce, rice, cookies, candy, pasta, oils, canned goods and more...I don't believe they shopped another aisle at the supermarket. I learned to cook and love the food they made. A girl growing up on spaghetti and meatballs and chicken cutlet and salad was now eating rice and beans with every meal and loving it. He truly made me love trying new foods and I still till this day crave Arroz con pollo, carne frita con cebolla, Pasteles and my favorite Pernil. Delicious!!! 

Ever since than I have purchased Goya! 

Recently I received a box of some of my favorite Goya products as a Bzz Agent

Goya Adobo is literally put on almost everything in my house and we usually buy a large one every month and a half! As for the black beans, there was a time when Goddess, 3-5 years old ate only black beans every single night. I was happy to give it to her because she didn't eat any protein and this was something I knew was good for her and I got her left overs! 

As an American household we currently buy the #1 brand of Latin foods in the United States and are proud of it!  Since 1936, GOYA® products have represented the culinary traditions of all of the regions of Latin America around the world. But their quality ingredients taste great with any cuisine. GOYA® really does bring a world of flavor to your kitchen. The authentic ingredients, flavorful seasonings and easy prep make GOYA® products — whether it’s Low Sodium Beans, Yellow Rice or Adobo All-Purpose Seasoning — ideal for every taste and every family. Taste the GOYA® difference!

Cuban Rice & Beans


Ingredients

1 tbsp. GOYA� Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2 tbsp. GOYA Tomato Sauce
1 tsp. GOYA Minced Garlic
1 tsp. GOYA Sofrito
2 packets Saz�n GOYA without Annatto
1 packet Saz�n GOYA with Coriander and Annatto
1 can (15.5 oz.) GOYA Small Red Beans
1� cups Golden CANILLA Rice
� tsp. sugar

Directions

1. Heat oil in medium saucepan over medium-high heat. Add tomato sauce, garlic, sofrito and sazon, cook until fragrant, about 1 minute.
2. Transfer liquid from can red beans to measuring cup; add enough water to measure 3� cups. Add liquid to pot; bring to boil. Add beans, rice and sugar; stir. Bring rice mixture to a boil; reduce heat to medium low and cook, covered, until water is absorbed, about 20 min
3. Remove rice from heat. Let sit until rice becomes tender, 5 minutes. Fluff with fork. Divide evenly among serving bowls.
For this and more recipes using Goya food, visit Goya!

1 comments:

DONNA CHEATLE said...

We love Goya in our house too! I am never without a bottle of Adobo!

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