Homegrown and Healthy | Ikea Concept Kitchen 2025
This three (or four, depending on your cooking preferences) ingredient recipe is heaven-sent, let me tell you. Unlike yeast bread, there’s no waiting time for this recipe. There’s no need to wait for the yeast to activate, so you’ll have hot arepas ready in no time when the need arises. The kneading stage doesn’t take long, either. Lazy recipes = my kind of recipes. #panfan #ad #ic
Colombian Arepas - Why Don't You Make Me?
Arepas are one of my favorite dishes from Colombia. If you don’t know what an arepa is, it is a type of tortilla made from corn. You can eat them with a cup of hot chocolate for breakfast, or as a side dish with dinner. I was lucky enough to have my dad teach me … Continue reading "Colombian Arepas"
Arepas de Choclo (Cheese stuffed corn cakes) meatless, breakfast
Try this Arepas de Choclo (Cheese stuffed corn cakes) meatless, breakfast recipe, or contribute your own.
Jamaican Cornmeal Fritters - Sweet n' Savory Life
Have a taste of the islands in your own home with these Jamaican cornmeal fritters. Fried to perfection, these are simply the best you will ever try!
Huevos Pericos (Colombian Scrambled Eggs With Onions & Tomato) - Sweet y Salado
Sweet y Salado: Huevos Pericos (Colombian Scrambled Eggs With Onions & Tomato)
Colombian Arepas Recipe - Food.com
Taken from epicurious .com and posted for ZWT. Originally published in Gourmet magazine - September 2007. "These tasty cornmeal cakes can be found grilled, baked, or fried in several Latin American countries. We love this Colombian version—the outside fries up crisp and golden, while the cheesy middle stays wonderfully moist. They can be eaten as a side dish or paired with hot chocolate for an afternoon snack."
Ecuadorean Arepas Recipe - Food.com
These wonderful corncakes are served at Bolivar with a little creme fraiche and salt and pepper. Such a treat!