This was a dish made by my mother right at home. It is composed by a “moro” (rice and black beans cooked together) made with just enough water to obtain a loose easy to eat rice, topped with onions which were cooked to a tender yet crispy point.  This rice was accompanied by baked chicken meatballs, which to my taste were a bit dry, just because they were baked and completely fat free, however its flavor was delicious. Also mouthwatering fried Dominican cheese, melted on the inside and crunchy on the portions that are exposed to the oil. The salad had a firm texture, fresh and vinegary.