Argentine Empanadas are often served during parties and festivals as a starter or main course. Shops specialize in freshly made empanadas, with many flavors and fillings.
Salteñas Empanadas : the empanada from Salta originates in the city of Potosi between the end of the 19th century and the beginning. The mass of these empanadas is wheat flour, has a slight sweetish taste and is painted with a soft red-orange pigment, which gives it a very special color. The filling is a jigote made mainly with beef or chicken, potatoes, peas, hard-boiled eggs, olives, parsley and what characterizes it and differentiates it from the others, the broth or juice.
Colombian Empanadas :These typical Colombian-style empanadas are tasty turnovers made with savory yellow corn dough stuffed with seasoned pork and beef mixed with cooked potatoes. The meat filling is typically made with cooked and shredded beef and pork, but here…