Carbonada is a Chilean stew that is very common in the middle of the country. The stew’s essential ingredients are rice, potatoes and pumpkin. The other vegetables that are added vary depending on the season of the year: in the summer, green beans and corn are used often; in the winter, peas and frozen vegetables take their place. Enjoy this simple and economic dish with your entire family.
Pebre-The Chilean condiment everyone should know about
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.
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.)
Que Que (Chilean Coffee Cake) from Food.com: This is a low, dense coffee cake, with a hint of citrus. I recommend using the lemon extract vs the vanilla called for in the recipe. My cake tends to fall in the center as some of the posters have mentioned. I tried baking in a 9x9 pan and it helped, but still sank a little. If anyone has suggestions, I love to hear them as this really is a delicious coffee cake --Brenda.