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    Any translation help on this would be awesome

    A croqueta is a small fried food roll usually shaped into a cylinder or disk, and then deep-fried. Croquetas are usually made of ham, beef, chicken, or fish and are generally flour-based. There is also a potato-based version, called the Papa Rellena ("stuffed potato"), which is made from picadillo rolled in a layer of mashed potatoes and then deep fried.

    Pastelitos are baked pastries filled with sweet or savory fillings. Traditional fillings include cream cheese, guava (pastelito de guayaba), guava and cheese, pineapple, and coconut. The savory fillings are usually beef, but sometimes chicken or ham and cheese are used. The pastries are typically consumed at any time as a snack or even as a meal.

    Ropa Vieja is a traditional Cuban dish, which is commonly served in stew form. An authentic dish of ropa vieja could include shredded meat in a tomato sauce base, black beans, yellow rice, plantains and fried yuca with beer. These ingredients can very greatly, but there will always be shredded meat in some type of sauce. Here is a video showing ropa vieja being prepared.

    (These are questions I have to ask)
    What is one ingredient of a croqueta?
    What ingredients are always in ropa vieja?

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    Default Re: Comida de Cuba

    What exactly do you need?

    The translation of the whole text into Spanish? The translation of the names of the dishes? Or the questions answered?

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    Default Re: Comida de Cuba

    Sorry about that... I was a little unclear. I need the whole thing, except the first sentence and the "these are questions I have to ask" part. I'm trying to translate it on my own and it's not going so well.... so any help on any parts you can are appreciated.

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    Default Re: Comida de Cuba

    Why don't you write what you have so far? I bet it's not as bad as you think

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