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Chivito Sandwich

Sunday, March 29th 2020

Uruguay - Uruguayan Recipes

Uruguay - Uruguayan Recipes

Uruguay's cuisine is not much different than that of its neighbor Argentine. Grilled meats, empanadas, pasta, pizza, milanesas, meat pies, and sausages are just as popular in Uruguay as in Argentina.. Influences imported by imigrants of Italy, Spain, France, and Germany. However, some dishes are prepared a bit differently, go by different names, and Uruguay has its own unique specialties as well.

Asado (grilled meats or bbq) is considered just one of the national dishes in Uruguay. Although Uruguay's neighbors typically grill their meats on horizontal grills, Uruguayan's typically use a grill that is angled at about 30 degrees or so. Another national dish is the chivito. An often enormous sandwich filled with a sliced of grilled beef, bacon, mayo, tomatoes, lettuce, cheese, olives, roasted red peppers, and so many more different toppings. Some versions of the sandwich are served open-faced, surrounded by french fries, pickles, and various salads such as russian salad. Another is pamplona, grilled pork, chicken, or veal stuffed with cheese, peppers, ham, olives and bacon. Chinchulines, small intestines, is a popular type of offal served throughout this region of South America. In Argentina, they are usually laid out as is on the grill but in Uruguay strips are braided together before grilling.




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