Sopaipillas

Sopaipillas

"Sopaipilla" is a famous chilean food and one of my favorite food, first because it's easy to cook and also because it's very tasty. Sometimes "sopaipillas" taste a little bland but you can mix them with pebre.

Recipe Flashback: Mini Chilean Empanadas al Horno

Recipe Flashback: Mini Chilean Empanadas al Horno {Oven-Baked Turnovers} - Opera Singer in the Kitchen

sopaipillas pasadas :D

Sopaipillas pasadas con Chancaca - I Cook Different

Mote con huesillo, Chile. it´s a traditional Chilean summer-time non-alcoholic drink made from wheat and peaches and often sold in street stands or vendor carts. It is a non-alcoholic beverage consisting of a sweet clear nectar like liquid made with dried peaches (huesillo) cooked in sugar, water and cinnamon, and then once cooled mixed with fresh cooked husked wheat (mote). The sweet clear nectar is usually made with sugar, but can also be supplemented or replaced with honey.

Mote con huesillo, it´s a traditional Chilean summer-time non-alcoholic drink…

Pulmay (curanto en olla)

Pulmay (curanto en olla)

Espacio Culinario: Calzones Rotos

Espacio Culinario: Calzones Rotos

El charquicán es un tradicional plato chileno que puedes hacer en invierno o verano. El nombre viene del charqui, o carne seca. Antes de que existiera la refrigeración así se solía conservar la carne. Este plato es muy nutritivo e ideal para niños algo mañosos, la dulzura natural del zapallo o calabaza lo hace delicioso.

Charquicán

Charquicán is a traditional Chilean dish that’s great for winter or summer. Its name comes from charqui, a Chilean jerky; before refrigeration existed

El charquicán es un tradicional plato chileno que puedes hacer en invierno o verano. El nombre viene del charqui, o carne seca. Antes de que existiera la refrigeración así se solía conservar la carne. Este plato es muy nutritivo e ideal para niños algo mañosos, la dulzura natural del zapallo o calabaza lo hace delicioso.

Charquicán

Charquicán is a traditional Chilean dish that’s great for winter or summer. Its name comes from charqui, a Chilean jerky; before refrigeration existed

Humitas

Chilean Corn Humitas - Que Rica Vida Reminds me of when I was living in Chile when I was a small girl. I might attempt this

Este plato es muy tradicional sobre todo durante el invierno en Chile. Son frijoles con espaguetis y el nombre deriva de que los espaguetis parecen riendas de caballo. Puedes usar frijoles pintos, es muy reconfortante.

Porotos con Riendas

This very traditional dish is typically served during winter in Chile. Made with a base of spaghetti and beans, its name- porotos con riendas or “bean

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