Empanadas are a wonderful Argentinian recipe that is very similar to samosa, dumplings and pasties which are all varieties of a pastry with a sweet or savoury filling.
These South American pasties are a meal in themselves, making them great for picnics and alfresco eating.
Can't get to Argentina for dinner tonight? No problem. With this easy to follow recipe you'll be able to recreate the traditional Argentinian beef empanadas in no time.
Making these juicy beef empanadas with hard boiled eggs, olives and raisins is a total hit at home. This Argentinian favourite is easy to make for a quick supper, especially if you have some empanada pastry kicking around!
A pork butt is slow-cooked to make a savory filling that's tucked inside a homemade pastry. These can be frozen baked or unbaked, and the pork and empanada dough can be made ahead of time.
These scrumptious empanadas are arguably the most popular sweet treats in all of Argentina. Traditionally, this recipe is made just with quince paste, but adding either goat or manchego cheese to the filling makes them irresistible.
Easy vegetarian empanadas.
I love banana empanadas and I wanted to see if I could make them. This is what I came up with and I wanted to share. They're pocket pies. You can make them with other fresh fruits (peaches, apples, apricots, pears, etc.) or with canned fruit filling. The good thing about bananas is that you don't have to add any sugar and the empanadas still taste great.
Quick and versatile empanadas made with ham and tasty Roquefort. Only 4 ingredients used for this gourmet finger food that your guests will love.
Small pockets of dough filled with ham, onion, tomatoes, parsley and hard-boiled eggs. These are as tasty as they are easy and impressive. They make great appetizers!
Love caprese salad? Try these tasty empanadas filled with mozzarella, tomatoes and basil. Super easy, quick and made with only basic ingredients, this vegetarian option is exactly what you were looking for.