Chilean Tomato and Cilantro Salsa
When you sit down to any table, anywhere in the 2,600 miles of national territory stretching from the border of Peru to the tip of South America, three things will immediately appear: bread (many times homemade), butter, and pebre. Pebre, Chilean “salsa”, […]
Mote Con Huesillo - Traditional Chilean Drink - Pepe's Chile
Mote con Huesillo roughly translates to peaches with wheat. When you think of that combination, you might be tempted to turn away. However, this isn’t a pile of chewy ingredients. This is a drink made from husked wheat (mote), and dried peaches (huesillo) soaked in sugar water to make a sweet and flavorful combination. In […]
Learn How to Make Delicious Traditional Chilean Bread
Pan marraqueta is a popular roll with a characteristic shape in Chile, which has very similar taste and texture to French bread.
Alfajores -Chilean Dulce de Leche Cookies - The Kusi Life
Alfajores are cookies that are made in several South American countries, each country altering the ingredients just a bit. I did a lot of research and looked at a couple cookbooks my husbands family sent me from Chile and Ecuador and made some changes that made these cookies what they are – delicious! Lightly sweet, […]
Chacarero - the Chilean national sandwich. So good…! one of the best sandwiche...
Chacarero - the Chilean national sandwich. So good…! one of the best sandwiches ever! Read More by erikrp
Food in Chile: 15 Tasty and Traditional Chilean Food Dishes You Have to Try — Travlinmad slow travel blog
The food in Chile is as diverse as the landscape, and there’s so much traditional Chilean food to try. From the native plant-based cuisine in the northern Atacama Desert to the hearty meats and rich seafood of Patagonia, don't be shy when it comes to trying Chilean food. You’ll love it!