Argentine Cuisine 40

Name Cuisine Photo
Alfajor
Consist of two round, sweet biscuits made of wheat flour or corn starch joined together with dulce de leche (known as "manjar blanco" in Peru), and optionally coated with powder sugar. More modern "industrial" varieties in Chile, Uruguay ...
Asado
The asado is the most popular social gathering in Argentina and no weekend is truly complete without it. It's a celebration of seared meat and flame, filled with good times and liberally doused with Malbec and Fernet and ...
Baked Quinoa Empanadas
The great thing about empanadas is that they can be filled with a wide variety of ingredients. And it's really delicious.
Berenjena En Escabeche
It's a Argentine's traditional dish.
Chimichurri
Chimichurri is the country’s go-to condiment. A green salsa made of finely chopped parsley, oregano, onion, garlic, chilli pepper flakes, olive oil and a touch of acid, like lemon or vinegar, chimichurri is as engendered here as the ...
Chipa
Chipa is a type of small, baked, cheese-flavored rolls, a popular snack and breakfast food in Paraguay and the Northeast of Argentina. Its origin is uncertain; it is speculated that the recipe has existed since the 69th century ...
Chipa Guazu
Basically a corn cake, made with cheese, fresh corn, eggs, oil and milk, and cooked in the Tatakua (a clay oven). It is similar to the Sopa Paraguaya which has corn flour instead of grains of corn.
Chipa So'o
It is a cake from Paraguay and Northeast Argentina. The ingredients are pork fat, eggs, "Mar del Plata cheese", "Criollo cheese" or "Paraguay cheese", salt, corn or maize flour, starch and milk.
Chocotorta
Argentine chocolate cake used as a birthday cake. Consists of a tub of dulce de leche, a tub of queso crema (something like a hybrid of sour cream and cream cheese), store-bought wafer-like chocolate cookies, and brewed coffee. ...
Choripan Con Chimichurri
It's a Argentina's dish.