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[Photograph: MadelynRodriguez]

The typical condiment of Puerto Rico is mayoketchup—a mixture of mayonnaise and ketchup. Everyone has their recipe for it, and you use it to dunk fried foods like tostones and sorullitos de maíz.

MadelynRodriguez of Karma-Free Cooking

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