his dish is a meat lovers dream. It’s warm and heartily stew with chorizo and minced beef. It has mild spiciness and definitely warms you from the inside. I learned that leftovers of this stew go so well with pasta, as a sauce :).
Category: Argentinian cuisine
As we know, sometimes the simplest things are the best. This post recipe is an example of it.
Choripán – easy to make and soooo delicious! It’s popular street food in Argentina. The name of it translates to main ingredients: chorizo and bun (pan in Spanish). This sandwich is usually served with chimichurri and salsa criolla.
Quinoa risotto with boletus
Quinoa is another food that I really like. These seeds (yes, technically it’s seeds) have neutral flavor, that means you can play with different spices and ingredients this way creating new flavors and a lot of different variations. Quinoa origin is South America and you can find many great dishes with them.
While deciding what to cook I was between two choices: empanadas with quinoa or quinoa risotto. Risotto won, but only because I had some leftover boletus in my freezer :). Today’s dish is very easy, fast, gluten-free and most importantly very delicious and nutritious.