Receta de empanadas Argentinas

Receta de empanadas Argentinas

Comenzaremos por entregarles los datos de una receta de empanadas que realiza mi madre en ingles y en castellano. Luego intentaremos desmenuzarla, analizar en lo posible cada ingrediente, de modo que usted pueda ponerse en situación, logre viajar imaginariamente hasta la Argentina, de manera de poder percibir sus olores y sabores característicos. Comenzaremos hablando de […]

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Sino escribo para el blog, no me cocinan mas!

Mi nombre es Juan Pedro della Paolera, tengo 39 años y soy estudiante de psicología. A pedido de mi madre, Teresa Gastellu, y de mi hermana, Graciela Della, he decidido comenzar este post sobre comidas latinoamericanas,  especialmente las  Argentinas, puesto que  es el país de donde soy oriundo. Bueno, a decir verdad no me dejaron […]

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Creme Caramel or Flan de Leche

In Argentina there are a variety of typical desserts to order when eating out. Some of the most common options at Argentine restaurants are: (we will eventually post all of them) panqueque de manzana panqueque de dulce de leche ensalada de frutas (fruit salad) con helado de crema arroz con leche isla flotante flan casero […]

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Buenos Aires Attractions; Foodie Tasting Tours of True Argentine Local Cuisine

Argentinean food recipe Brazilian food recipe Paraguay food recipe Bolivia food recipe Chile food recipe Uruguay food recipe Buenos Aires Attractions; Foodie Tasting Tours of True Argentine Local Cuisine With Teresita Attendees gain invaluable knowledge of the Argentine culture through its traditional food preparation of local dishes and regional wines guided by expert in Latin […]

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Chipa Guazú; La Receta de Tia Sarita

Esta mañana visitando mis orquídeas  me quede un rato ante una Miltonia flavens que hace ya años que esta arraigada a un viejo aguaribay. Como una catarata afloraron los recuerdos de cómo esta orquídea llego a mi jardín, regalo de una tia abuela en unos de mis viajes al Paraguay. Ella era una excelente cocinera […]

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Coffee Serving Variety in Argentina

For the Argentinean culture as well as other many cultures, the meaning of coffee is really important. Not only because it is one of the top consumed breakfast beverages, but also because coffee is always associated with socializing. When friends are meeting, families’ get together, when a couple needs to talk, whenever there is an […]

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Repulgue – Empanada Folding Technique

One of the specialties of the Argentina cuisine is the empanadas. There are many varieties of this simple to make turnovers to satisfy all kind of preferences. In addition to “locro” and “tamales”, the empanadas take part on the typical and most traditional dishes of the northwestern part of the country. The filling, seasoning and […]

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How To Prepare a Lechon Asado (Roasted Pig)

A Lechon is a young pig between the ages of two and six weeks of life. This lechon is traditionally cooked whole in its entirety, often roasted either in a “grill” or an mud oven. It is usually prepared as a treat for special occasions, gatherings, birthdays, graduations, Christmas and on national festivals in various […]

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Barrio Chino in Buenos Aires (Chinatown in Buenos Aires)

Every time going to the Barrio Chino in Buenos Aires is an adventure. Barrio Chino in Buenos Aires is a few small blocks of stores with fairly inexpensive knick-knacks, Asian restaurants, and markets with food options not generally seen in other markets around Buenos Aires. It is a quite exciting and different place from everything […]

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How to prepare Ceviche – Ceviche Recipe

Ceviche, a citrus marinated seafood dish that originated in Peru but has become popular in many other Latin American countries. Ingredients for the Ceviche (Ceviche Recipe) 1 lb fresh fish—any white fish or even salmon 7 lemons 1 onion, chopped 1 red pepper, chopped into small pieces ½ mild green chili, chopped into small pieces […]

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