Mojito isleño

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Mojito Isleño

Mojito isleño, or mojo isleño, is a Puerto Rican condiment.

Preparation[edit]

The sauce is usually made with wine vinegar, olive oil, olives, capers, tomatoes, onions, garlic, other herbs and spices, and either bell peppers, Cubanelle peppers, or hot peppers. It is used as a topping for fish and shellfish.

Origin[edit]

The dish most likely originated in Salinas, Puerto Rico also known as "La Cuna del Mojito Isleño" (the cradle of the islander dip).

See also[edit]

Pasta Puttanesca, an Italian pasta dish with similar ingredients in its sauce

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