|Place of origin||Puerto Rico|
Ingredients and preparationEdit
The pastelón is a casserole dish consisting of typical Latin Caribbean foods such as yellow plantains, garlic, onions, cheese, butter, and meat. You would start by cooking the ground meat in a pan with sofrito, tomato sauce, sazon, vinegar, oregano, adobo. The plantains have to be ripened. Lightly fry the plantain and set them aside. Then layer dish as a traditional lasagna with mozzarella cheese. In some parts of Puerto Rico this dish is also known as "piñón" this dish originated is one of the many staple dishes in Puerto Rico along with the famous mofongo.