Mmmmm. Looks bloody georgous.. Iâ€™ll have some. :-)
July 21, 2006 2:08 AM
It's hard to find good vegetaian empanadas. Do you have the details on the tofu/okara filling?
July 21, 2006 4:03 PM
I don't have the recipe for the filling. I wonder if I asked nicely, if they'd share the recipe with me. I would recommend using your favorite veggie burger from the frozen food section.
July 21, 2006 4:07 PM
Barrett, I've been making a thoroughly inauthentic but very delicious vegetarian empanada with baked mashed sweet potato, black beans, chiles, scallions, corn, and spices bound together with an egg.
July 23, 2006 2:15 PM
July 23, 2006 2:18 PM
It looks really easy and i hope i can use this for my project your really good at this arent you.
November 16, 2006 8:48 AM
I am so happy to have found this recipe!! Maybe you can help me a step further. I have memories of my mothers empanadas from when I was young. She passed when I was 13. I can remember some of the ingredients but not sure of the spices. As I read your description of the cheesy type. I clearly remember hers has rice, raisins maybe ground beef. Possibility there were olives, I think that may have been the taste I remember masked by the raisins. Do you know any fillings remotely close? I remember she made me stuffed cabbage too, that had rice,raisins and ground beef too. Deep fried platanos, I could go on with all the things I remember and want to cook. Is there a good resource for colombian recipes?
December 25, 2006 3:33 PM
Amazing latino food. Truly love latin american fares. Here in Montreal, we have some genius latin Chefs. I have just reviewed one of them on my blog: Mario Navarrette Jr @ Raza restaurant. He is a great ambassador of the latin american modern cuisine. Thanks for your great articles. I've bookmarked your web site since I love great latino food.
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