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.
"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.)
Chacarero, sánguche chilensis/Chilean sandwich - (Both chacarero and sánguche mean sandwich. This recipe is in Spanish. It consists of cooked meat, tomato, cooked green beans, chopped green pepper, olive or other oil, salt, and French bread or the bread of your choosing. Should you need them, the pictures indicate how to put it together.)