Chilean Cilantro Salsa (Pebre) from Food.com: There are many variations of pebres, mildly hot or very hot, according to taste. This one is adapted from "The South American Table," by Maria Baez Kijac. You can add one finely chopped tomato to the salsa, if you like. Serve in a small bowl with grilled meat, chicken or seafood.
Pastel de Choclo -Chilean ground beef casserole with corn batter topping - The meat filling for this recipe is called pino and is also used to fill the famous Chilean empanadas. (This picture looks 'artery-cloggingly' delicious, but I think the recipe culd be lightened up without hurting the flavor.)
"Sopaipilla" is a famous chilean food and one of my favorite food, first because it's easy to cook and also because it's very tasty. Sometimes "sopaipillas" taste a little bland but you can mix them with pebre.
Pebre-The Chilean condiment everyone should know about
Cazuela de ave. Chilean comfort food. (Not New Mexico, but reminds me of what my great aunt - who lived in Chile for years - used to make. Have been searching for this recipe for over forty years - thank you whoever posted this.)
Charquican (Vegetarian Charquican) | This rustic comfort food has ancient origins with the Mapuche people of South America, but remains a humble staple for home cooks in Chile today. Traditionally made using dried beef called charqui, this vegetarian version can be served plain as a side dish or topped with a fried egg for a simple meal. | From: saveur.com