Chunchules Con Harina Tostada

Intestines with toasted wheat flour (Chilean)

cow innards, pork innards, meat paste, animal fat, potatoes, wheat flour

Made with the innards of cow or pork, stuffed with meat paste and animal fat, the chunchules are braided and then fried with hot chili peppers and served with steamed potatoes. The ones with toasted flour are first sprinkled with the flour before frying; they are crisp and tasty. A dish overflowing with cholesterol prepared only in the coldest of winter days.…

Created Jan. 15, 2017 by: eemia21

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