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Argentina Empanadas
Argentine Mandioca
Russian Salad
Argentine Beef Stew
Asado Meat Grill
Sweetbreads
Chimichurri Sauce
Alfajores

 

Monday, September 01st 2014

Argentina - Argentinean Recipes

Read about dining out in Argentina

Argentinean cuisine is rooted partly from a mixture of Spanish and Italian cuisine due to the huge amount of immigrants from those countries. However, due to the large ranch and cowboy lifestyle that dominated Argentina historically, beef and other hearty foods play a major role in the diets of Argentines.

At most common restaurants and homes you will find most enjoy pizza, pasta, grilled meats, stews, and stuffed pastries. Empanadas, either fried or baked, are pastries filled with meats, cheeses, and vegetables. These are often served as an appetizer at a restaurant or ordered in large quantities for parties or small gatherings. Milanesas, thin slices of beef or chicken that are breaded and fried are another popular dish.

Argentina is known throughout the world for their lean beef. The most popular method of serving it is as an asado. Many different cuts of beef and organs are cooked over medium heat charcoal fires that results in tender juicy meat on the inside while crunchy on the outside. Other meats are cooked similarly as well like pork, chicken, and the famous Patagonian lamb. Chimichurri sauce, a mixture of parsley, peppers, onion, oregano, tomato, garlic, laurel, oil, vinegar, and red wine, is the popular condiment of choice for placing on grilled meats served at the table.

 

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