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"That is the authentic guasacaca! The real stuff that I eat in Venezuela, exactly like mis tias and abuela make. Put in the blender, bell pepper is NOT optional, it's a must but green will do and you can use regular vinegar. Chose this recipe if you want to eat like the locals! You put it on arepas and eat in on your meat also (ex. Steak). I prefer..."
"This is a great recipe! Something different to do with ground beef! I put the meat in the food processor after it cooked to make it tiny and after added the onion, garlic, etc.. It was served with white rice. So good! The kids loved it. If you enjoy spicy then you should throw in a pepper or Tabasco or Sriracha. This is the perfect empanada or pas..."
"It was great! I used dried basil (that's what I had) so I only put half. I also doubled the recipe ad used a fresh tomato. It was fine! Thanks!"
"This recipe is taste awesome! It is easy, quick and taste great!. We made double the sauce, we also like it saucy. Why waste money at the restaurant?!"
"I don't know why people say it takes days to make tamales...but it does take awhile spreading the masa in the corn husks. I loved this recipe and I will never buy tamales again. However I did use a different sauce recipe (straight from a Mexican friend)...You take 3 or 4 dried ancho peppers, boil them back to life, then take out the seeds and stem..."
"This recipe was great...and it didn't take 18 hrs to cook. I did the quick soak method for the beans and meanwhile chopped up the veggies and cooked the sausage. I added salt and pepper to my own tasting and cooked the beans in pork stock (fat skimmed off). I started with the beans soaking around 3:30 pm and dinner was ready by 7pm. Good recipe!!!..."