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Empanadas are a traditional and favorite appetizer and snack in Colombia. Easy to make in bulk, stock pile, and heat up at a moments notice, you'll find them all over the country.
Imagine for a moment a golden, palm-sized delicacy, warm to the touch. Its shell is crispy and as you tear it open, it reveals a spongy, cheese-laced interior. Now pop it in your mouth, chew, and repeat.
Colombians are a party people, always looking for an excuse to get together, eat, drink, and dance. What's better than spending time with friends and family, while sharing good music, food, and drinks? Not much in my book!
If you're wondering what to serve during your next cocktail party, this fusion recipe may be the answer.
The temperatures are starting to dip, the lights are starting to twinkle, and everyone is feeling the holiday cheer. While it’s still a bit too early to deck the table in my favorite red, green, and white, it’s never too early to celebrate with food.
I recall receiving the surprise of my life at the tender age of 6. My nana walked in my room and announced, “Tonight, we are having niños envueltos for dinner!”
Growing up in Ecuador, empanadas were usually my go-to street food. Street vendors used to line the streets selling hot churros, sliced green mangoes with salt, raspaditos (shaved ice with a slew of sweet syrups and condensed milk) and other goodies. When my