You will find the traditional roasted pig or puerco asao in almost every Dominican table during the Christmas season. Not everyone can stomach these fatty, greasy fried meats, so choose your streetside vendor carefully and opt for a restaurant version when possible. As an optional step, before you drizzle the yaroa with it, add a tablespoon of cold water to the ketchup and stir to make it a little runnier. As an African gift to the continent, many Latin American countries have their own version of Sancocho, but be assured that Dominican sancocho, and its thick broth and seasoning, is truly like no other. This after-party charger is the number one choice for night revelers partying all night long. Now it is tradition to enjoy a soup joumou every Janaury 1, the anniversary of the Haitian Revolution (1804) the first successful slave rebellion in recorded history. Because I found that runnier ketchup and mayo work better here. Whether you are visiting a city or spending the day at the beach, a traditional yaniqueque is perfect anywhere and anytime. If you seek it out, you will find much more Dominican street food to tickle your taste buds and ignite your sense of adventure. You can find street food vendors in all the . After trying all of these delicious Dominican street food recipes, its easy to see why this cuisine is so popular.