Looking for Cultura in Your Cooking? These 5 TikTok-ers Can Help

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Some of us have a natural affinity for cooking. We measure with our eyes and hearts rather than going by a recipe’s measurements. Whether you’re skilled (or not) in the kitchen, check out these TikTok accounts for your next cultura meal inspiration or cooking lesson.


1. @edithxgalvez

Edith Galvez uses simple editing to serve up her recipe videos. Her TikTok’s 5 million followers keep coming back her Mexican-inspired recipes.

2. @cookingconomi
@cookingconomi

Another Staple… #mofongo #camaronesalajillo #cookingconomi

Venga, que Omallys Hopper of Cooking con Omi is here to show you how to make some of her favorite Puerto Rican and Latino recipes! We love Hopper’s orgullo for her culture along with her friendly delivery of delicious recipes.

3. @_cookingwitd
@_cookingwitd

Mangu con los 3 golpes 🇩🇴 #cookingwitd #mangu #platanos #platanosconsalami #platano #plantain #tresgolpes #🇩🇴🇩🇴🇩🇴 #friedcheese #quesofrito

Myrna Dahianna Gomez is the creator behind CookingWithD, a cooking account dedicated to Latino foods with an emphasis on dishes from the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and Cuba. Don’t watch while hungry, we warned you.

4. @saltycocina
@saltycocina

#arrozconleche #bolis #hielitos #summertreats #saltycocina

Ana Regalado is the woman behind the Salty Cocina, a must-have account on your feed if you’re looking for easy to follow Mexican recipes. Abuela approved, we promise!

5. @jennymartinezzz
@jennymartinezzz

Gorditas de Chorizo with a fresh Salsa Verde! Using my COOKS Griddle from @JCPenney #JCPpartner #ad #AllAtJCP

You might have heard of Jenny Martinez from her win on the Food Network’s “Guy’s Grocery Games,” a competition show featuring Guy Fieri. Martinez is using her newfound fame to produce some of our favorite videos on TikTok to make your palate sing.

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