This Sofrito Recipe May Help Lower Your Breast Cancer Risk
Sofrito is the Oz-approved condiment you should be eating daily.
Sofrito is a Puerto Rican staple — and for good reason. This condiment is free of tomato and salt, keeping it low in sodium, and the garlic and onion in this flavorful condiment make it really beneficial for your health. In fact, according to Sept. 2019 study published in Science Daily, women who ate sofrito more than once per day had a 67 percent reduced risk of breast cancer. Those numbers are too big to ignore. Besides the fact that it's easy to make, it's the perfect way to infuse some delicious Puerto Rican flavor into any dish you're making.
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- 1/2 bunch recao
- 2 bags ajicito
- 1 head of garlic, peeled
- 3 yellow onions
- 2 green bell peppers
- pinch sazon seasoning
- 1 bunch cilantro
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1 red bell pepper
1. Clean, rinse, and chop the recao, ajicito, onions, bell peppers, and cilantro
2. Blend all ingredients together with the olive oil
3. Store in jars and refrigerate
4. Heat up in a pan when ready to serve