MAIN DISH - Arepa con Carne Asada (Arepa with Colombian-Style Grilled Beef) - Add Chimichurri Sauce Recipe

Arepa con Carne Asada (Arepa with Colombian-Style Grilled Beef)

Columbian Arepa con Carne Asada (Arepa with Colombian-Style Grilled Beef) - Add Chimichurri Sauce Recipe

Que ricas granadillas!

granadillas - i used to love eating these when i'd visit my abuelito and grandma in lima, peru. my brother and i called them "mocos" because of what the fruit looks like.~boogars too!

OMG Guama.!!! Deliciosa fruta que recogia por los campos cuando era una niña.

OMG Guama.!!! Deliciosa fruta que recogia por los campos cuando era una niña.

frutas colombianas

Typical fruits from Colombia! Colombia is very famous for its variety of fruits. You can get fruits everywhere. There is no supermarket close to you? Probably you can get your vitamins from a street stand as well!

Arrroz con Pollo

Arroz con Pollo

Arroz con Pollo (Chicken and Rice) recipe from My Colombian Recipes. My favorite recipe of Arroz con Pollo!

Cholado. 'Cholado or Raspao is a cold beverage common in Colombia. It is made from crushed ice, fruit and/or fruit syrup, sweetened condensed milk, and is sometimes topped with whipped cream.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/colombia

Cholado -- These are DELISH! Cholado or Raspao is a cold beverage common in Colombia. It is made from crushed ice, fruit and/or fruit syrup, sweetened condensed milk, and is sometimes topped with whipped cream.

Postre de Natas (Colombian-Style Milk Pudding)

Postre de Natas (Colombian-Style Milk Pudding)

Descubra la uchuva y sus beneficios - El Financiero

Colombian fruits: Uchuva, AKA cape gooseberry - a tangy, creamy berry enclosed in a papery calyx

Pan Blandito Colombiano (Colombian Soft Bread) |mycolombianrecipes.com

Pan Blandito (Colombian Soft Bread)

You may be familiar with the horror stories around me and homemade bread baking. But every now and then I manage to pull one off and it gives me hope!

Curuba agridulce para zumos , jugos y batidos...

or, Banana Passion fruit. The fruits are banana-shaped and have a soft hairy skin. The curuba is picked green and turns yellow when it ripens. The flesh is orange and contains edible black seeds. Once ripe, the fruit has a sweet taste.

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