Panamanian cuisine is a mix of African, Spanish, and Native American techniques, dishes, and ingredients, reflecting its diverse population. Since Panama is a land bridge between two continents, it has a large variety of tropical fruits, vegetables, and herbs that are used in native cooking. Typical Panamanian foods are mildly flavored, without the pungency of some of Panama's Latin American and Caribbean neighbors. Common ingredients are maize, rice, wheat flour, plantains, yuca (cassava), beef, chicken, pork, and seafood.Edit Cuisine Add New Cuisine Add new "Panamanian" Dish
(0 ) Raisin Bread Pudding (Panamanian)
This is a dessert made with sugar, egg, bread, butter, salt, vanilla extract.
It is made with masa masa (finely ground cornmeal) and is very quick and simple to make.
(0 ) Plátanos En Tenta... (Panamanian)
It is a popular side dish in Panama, present on every party and holiday table made with plantains, sugar, cinnamon, ...
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It is a very popular side dish, very savoury with tons of citrus. Great for breakfast or dinner. A different ...
(0 ) Hibiscus Limeade (Panamanian)
The refreshing Chicha de Saril, Raspadura, Hibiscus flowers, lime juice, cinnamon and ginger, wonderful for a hot day, or as ...