Charqui De Caballo

Dried horsemeat, jerky (Chilean)

horse meat, salt common, adding, sometimes, pepper, paprika and peppers dried

Charqui is dried and salted horsemeat. The Spaniards came to America bringing garlic and charqui, and in Chile, it was prepared with the meat of the oldest horses during the Conquest, especially for the winter, when the cattle was too thin to be slaughtered.

Created Jan. 10, 2017 by: eemia21

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