Frita Cubana recipe Cuban Hamburger

today we show you how to make our Frita Cubana or Cuban Hamburger. Awesome hamburger! I realize it is NOT completely authentic.. But… I hope you give it a try.. Its easy to make the meat.. if you don’t have a food processor just grate the garlic and onion and mix all in with your hands.
1 lb ground beef.. (I used ground chuck)
5 Ounces of Chorizo
1/2 Medium Onion
5 cloves of Garlic
2 tablespoons Ketchuup
Torta Roll
1 teaspoon Paprika
1 teaspoon ground Cumin
Salt and Pepper to taste
Prepare as shown..
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Armando Suarez-Cobian, Cuban Writer in Williamsburg | BK Stories

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In 1991, Cuban writer Armando Suarez-Cobian left Havana, where artists like him were generally supported by the government, and eventually ended up in Brooklyn.

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Rice and Beans: Cuban Cuisine

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