Ajiaco Bogotano

Ajiaco Bogotano: Interview with Nohora Smith, Founder of My Colombian Cocina

Ajiaco Bogotano

Ajiaco Bogotano: Interview with Nohora Smith, Founder of My Colombian Cocina

Arepa Boyacense (Arepa from Boyacá): Arepas are a very important part of Colombian cuisine, as tortillas are for Mexican cuisine. In some parts of Colombia, like in my hometown of Antioquia, we serve arepas with almost every meal. I could eat them morning, noon and night with an array of toppings.

Arepa Boyacense (Arepa from Boyacá)

"This Arepa Boyacense is from El Boyacá department of Colombia, located in the Andean region of the country, and it is made with yellow pre-cooked corn meal (masarepa), all purpose flour, sugar and fresh cheese.

Almojabanas

Almojábanas (Colombian Cheese Bread)

Platano con Bocadillo y Queso

Mixing salt and sweet flavours on the same plate is a Latin American cuisine tradition. This is also a great and tasty snack. Plátano con Bocadillo y

Buñuelos

The perfect accompaniment to Natilla at Christmas, but also good to eat at anytime of the day with a drink of chocolate. [widgetkit Buñuelos or

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