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Teddy Bear Project  Argentinian food
Teddy Bear Project  Argentinian food
Teddy Bear Project  Argentinian food
Teddy Bear Project  Argentinian food
Teddy Bear Project  Argentinian food
Teddy Bear Project  Argentinian food
Teddy Bear Project  Argentinian food
Teddy Bear Project  Argentinian food
Teddy Bear Project  Argentinian food
Teddy Bear Project  Argentinian food
Teddy Bear Project  Argentinian food
Teddy Bear Project  Argentinian food
Teddy Bear Project  Argentinian food
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Teddy Bear Project Argentinian food

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  • 1. Teddy Bear Project Firmat-East Jerusalem
  • 2. Hi Dear Family from Palestine! This is Zaitoonah cooking traditional Argentinian food.
  • 3. This is the first PPT on Argentinian Cuisine sent by Zaitoonah to Palestine! Enjoy the recipes , from milanesa, empanadas, to desserts, like churros! Lola will help me!
  • 4. Argentinian Eating Habits.
    • In most parts of Argentina, lunch is the biggest meal of the day. Most of the cities (excluding Buenos Aires) close for lunch time. This is when most people return home to enjoy a large meal. Traditional lunches in Argentina are long and well developed. Most of the popular food has European roots. Lots of meat, pasta and bread are included in an Argentinian diet.
  • 5. ‘ Asado’: accompanied by French fries or salad and red wine
  • 6. Having a mate, I’m going to tell how to prepare ‘Empanadas’(kind of pies)
  • 7. Fried Empanadas (Step 1 of 3) Making the Dough Preparing the Filling Finishing the Empanada
  • 8.
    • Directions: Mix the flour and lard together.
    • Mix the egg thoroughly with a fork (or a mixer).
    • Stir the egg in to the flour and lard mixture. Mix it in to a dough.
    • Begin to add the water slowly, one spoonful at a time. Continue until you have a soft dough.
    • Knead the dough until it is soft and elasticity.
    • Let the dough sit for 25-35min.
  • 9.
    • Prepare the Filling: 1 pound of lean ground beef 2 large onions, diced 2 scallion onions, diced 1 tablespoon paprika 3 hard boiled eggs green olives (if desired) Add salt to taste (Argentina food tends to use more salt) 1/2 cup of boiling water or broth
  • 10.
    • Directions: Cook the onions until they turn brown.
    • Add the ground beef to the onions, stir until it changes color.
    • Add diced scallions, paprika and boiling (broth or water).
    • Stir until the food forms a thick mixture.
    • Remove from fire and let cool.
    • Add chopped green olives, and thinly diced hard boiled eggs.
  • 11. Finishing the Empanada: 1/2 cup of lard Prepared empanada filling Prepared empanada dough
    • Directions: Heat the lard in a large iron pan or skillet.
    • Roll the empanada dough out flat. This can be done on any non-wood surface.
    • Cut the dough into circles, a small soup bowl can help with the cutting.
    • Add 1 abundant tablespoon of filling to each circle of dough.
  • 12.
    • You are going to close the dough around the filling. Wet the edges with water and then press with your fingers to seal the empanada.
    • Place the sealed empanadas in the hot iron pan and fry until lightly browned.
  • 13.  

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