The Empanada Cookbook: The Sweet and Savoury Hand-held Pie Recipes (Paperback)
Although every culture has its own traditional pies recipes like the Indians have samosa, the Italians have calzones, and the English have pasties. None of these cultures can beat the Latins with their biggest and more diverse assortment of Empanadas In South America, empanadas are served in every restaurant by street vendors, and people made them at home. The word Empanada taken from a Spanish language word "empanar," which means confined in bread. Empanadas are mini pies stuffed with a variety of sweet and delightful fillings. The fillings can be unique and inventive, as the recipes in this book want them to be, you can also add savory ingredients from tattered or finely chopped vegetables, meats, and cheese. You are not merely limited to that; you can also add sweet fillings like cashew-raisins, pineapple jam, and apple. The cookbook contains all easy to understand recipes and simple instructions for you.