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Our program director mamayobuenafunkze taught our students oaklandasiancc how to make Chicken Afritada, also known as Apritadang Manok for our class theme "Family and Ethnicity." This dish is another classic tomato sauce-based dish adapted from Spanish cuisine. The origin of this delicious Filipino dish dates back during the colonial era (1521-1898) of Spain in the Philippines. In fact, Afritada was derived from the Spanish word "fritada" which means "fried". The common vegetable ingredients used in this dish are potato, carrot, and bell pepper which are ingredients brought over during the Spanish Galleon trade between Mexico, the Philippines and Spain. We substituted some of the ingredients with sweet potato, fennel and heirloom tomatoes found in our CSA share from eatwellfarm .
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