"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.
Bistec a lo Pobre.(It consists of fried meat, onions, eggs and chips. There are many similar dishes with different names in other parts of the world. Serve with rice preferably. It is popular in Peru and Chile) A poor man's plate, but very filling.
(is a sandwich of ham cheese and hot homemade bread, very popular in Chile. He says he owes his name to Ernesto Barros Jarpa, a lawyer and several times minister of Chile, who provided a similar sandwich called the Union Club of Santiago).
Our sandwich called “Chacarero” was chosen by Time magazine as one of the best sandwiches in the world. This sandwich is a popular Chilean sandwich stuffed with a sliced steak or pork and topped with tomato, chili peppers and green beans.
Cola de mono (literally, monkey's tail) is a traditional Chilean drink served around Christmas time. Although there are many versions of this drink, it contains mainly aguardiente, milk, sugar, coffee, and cloves. After the drink is made, it is chilled and always served cold. A virgin version can be made simply without the alcohol, with families making a batch for the children and one for the grown-ups. Do you like "cola de mono "?. We love it!!!
Cazuela is a soup containing meat - beef, chicken, - potatoes, corn, green beans, carrot, pepper, spices, and some type of thickener like chuchoca (corn meal) or rice. Its origins can be traced back to before the arrival of the Spanish. The Spanish called these soups "cazuela," the conquistadors' word for the type of pot where the dish is prepared.