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Developing recipe: Salteñas-Bolivian Empanada Test#1

I’ve been craving this type of empanada for so long. If you can find it, you must to try it. I promise you will love it. 566 more words


Beef Empanadas

Just like I said in my last post, Chicken Empanadas, neither I or Mommy Bistro have ever made empanadas before. These Beef Empanadas were made at the same time as the Chicken Empanadas. 199 more words


Chicken Empanadas

Empanadas are something that I remember my Grandma making in the kitchen when I was little. I can remember watching her as she sealed the empanadas with a fork, crimping the edges. 293 more words


Fried Empanada

4 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
1/2 cup shortening
1 1/4 cups water, or as needed
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 small onion, chopped… 230 more words

Cooking With Fade

El Banco Rojo - The Best Restaurant in Argentina

The best restaurant in Argentina – that’s a heavy description, I know.  But I really love this restaurant, and I stand by my description. In fact, I like it so much that I went three times over a five day period. 425 more words

Empanada and Wine Pairing

Written for Grape Collective

If there’s one dish that you’ll find in every country in South America, it’s the mighty empanada. It may be fluffy and moist, or crisp and crunchy, bite sized or head sized, baked or fried… whatever texture and filling variation comes your way, these pockets of pastry are a perfect, unpretentious appetizer that pair wonderfully with the region’s wines. 674 more words


Argentina - Empanadas and Chimichurri

I was a tad nervous about these, as the last time I tried to make anything like this was an attempt at  Cornish pasties, that ended up with two rock hard pasties the size of dinner plates with raw carrot in (although I’m told that originally the pastry was hard as a sort of lunch box casing to survive the trip down the mine – so we’ll just say I was going for that). 1,248 more words