Mote con Huesillo! Probably the most Chilean of all beverages (at least of those that LDS missionaries can drink...) I love this stuff! It is basically a dried peach in peach juice with wheat berries. So yummy! I once dressed up as Mote and my companion went as Huesillo to a costume party... fun times!
Mote con huesillo, Chile. it´s a traditional Chilean summer-time non-alcoholic drink made from wheat and peaches and often sold in street stands or vendor carts. It is a non-alcoholic beverage consisting of a sweet clear nectar like liquid made with dried peaches (huesillo) cooked in sugar, water and cinnamon, and then once cooled mixed with fresh cooked husked wheat (mote). The sweet clear nectar is usually made with sugar, but can also be supplemented or replaced with honey.
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.)
Humita is a native American dish from pre-Hispanic times, and a traditional food in Chile. Humitas are prepared with fresh corn, onion, basil, and butter or lard. They are wrapped in corn husks and baked or boiled. The humitas are kept together during cooking with thread or twine.
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.)