Pan de yuca is an Ecuadorian cassava bread that is soft with a firm crust. This appetizer is easy to make and so good right out of the oven!
So many tasty South American recipes! So little time!
The flavors are comforting and the traditional dishes are satisfying. You’ll find unique ingredients and flavor combinations that you might never have thought of. But, give them a try. You never know what will become your new favorite!
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Espumilla is a meringue cream dessert that looks like ice cream (but is much easier to make) and is often sold as street food in Ecuador.
A cholado is a creamy marriage of a snow cone and a tropical fruit cocktail.
Brazilian corn pudding, curau de milho, is an easy and tasty dessert made with just three ingredients.
Chilenitos are traditional Chilean sandwich cookies filled with dulce de leche or jam and rolled in coconut, cookie crumbs, or meringue.
Torta frita criolla. A crispy fried dough, tossed in sugar, and served with mate for an afternoon snack.
Crispy potatoes, eggs, and ham, make up Revuelto Gramajo. This scrambled egg and potato dish is a classic of Argentine cuisine.
Cachapas are thin Venezuelan fresh corn pancakes filled with cheese.
Pandebono (or pan de bono) is a Colombian cheese bread made with cassava starch. This gluten free cheese bread is often eaten for breakfast or as a snack.
Bolón de verde is a typical Ecuadorian breakfast dish of green plantain fritters and cheese. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy this crispy treat!
Pastel de queijo are savory Brazilian cheese pastries. This appetizer and street food is something all cheese lovers definitely need to try!
These Argentinian cheese and quince empanadas have a delicate, crispy crust filled with a sweet and savory mixture of quince paste and cheese.
Anticuchos are a popular Peruvian street food. These beef skewers seasoned with a chili and vinegar marinade would make a delicious addition to your grill!