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Venezuela

Cachapas
Coconut Cachapas

Craving something sweet, filling and full of flavor? Cachapas, traditional Venezuelan sweet corn cakes, are given a lift with coconut milk, coconut spread and bits of fresh steamed corn for a treat that can’t be beat.


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Tequenos
Tequeños

What could be better than queso blanco wrapped in a lightly sweetened dough fried to a golden, crispy perfection? Eating it! Take your finger foods up a notch and make tequeños for your next fiesta!


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Chimichurri Bistec
Chimichurri Bistec a Caballo

A quick breakfast, lunch or dinner that takes minutes to make, chimichurri marinated skirt steak, grilled to perfection topped with a perfectly fried egg and nestled in a bed of guiso de papas is a meal fit for any occasion.


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Limonada con Panela
Panela Lemonade (Limonada con Panela)

On days hot or cold, sometimes there is nothing better than a tall glass of lemonade. Especially if you’re drinking Limonada con Panela. A refreshing drink made with panela, lime juice and water, this limonada is simple to make and can’t be beat.


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Arepas con Carne Molida Picante

Arepas, a traditional Venezuelan dish, are versatile and can definitely carry the weight and flavor of spicy ground beef but they can be stuffed with any filling you'd like.


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Coconut-Pineapple Batido
Be sure to use sweetened cream of coconut (the type you would use in a piña colada), not coconut milk.
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Bistec al Minuto con Arroz
This is minute steak at its finest, seasoned and served Venezuelan style over a plate of hot and fluffy flavored rice.
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Mango Batido
Make this with a nonfibrous type of mango, like ataulfo.
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Pan de Jamón
Venezuelan home cooks no doubt would make this with their own bread dough, but we're saving some time by using store-bought frozen bread dough.
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Papaya-Carrot Batido
Although the carrot juice bring an amazing dose of beta-carotene, the papayas and oranges also contribute their fair share.
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