Chilean Sopaipillas & Calzones Rotos

As Chilean people love pastries and bread, we have created this exquisite board to show you a couple of traditional and delicious pastries which they usually make when it is cold during the winter. If you are feeling hungry, we would suggest to eat something before checking this board.
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Chilean food; Sopaipillas are a traditional Chilean food,  a snack eaten during winter time,  made of  ground pumpkin mixed with dough; and then it's fried.

Chilean food; Sopaipillas are a traditional Chilean food, a snack eaten during winter time, made of ground pumpkin mixed with dough; and then it's fried.

Sopaipillas Pasadas - sopaipillas are immersed in a warm sauce that contains water, dark brown sugar, cinnamon and orange rind.

Sopaipillas Pasadas - sopaipillas are immersed in a warm sauce that contains water, dark brown sugar, cinnamon and orange rind.

Calzones Rotos....(It is a typical sweet Chile, consisting of a fried dough made ​​from flour, baking powder, powdered sugar and eggs. This meal is usually served in winter).

Calzones Rotos....(It is a typical sweet Chile, consisting of a fried dough made ​​from flour, baking powder, powdered sugar and eggs. This meal is usually served in winter).

En invierno y con harto frío los calzones rotos son insuperables!! Bien crujientes!

En invierno y con harto frío los calzones rotos son insuperables!! Bien crujientes!

"Sopaipillas"  Traditional  Chilean Food, like an appetizer. It is a snack eaten during winter time, especially when it rains. It is typical to arrive home after walking through the rainy streets of Santiago and sit down to have a cup of tea and eat a couple of sopaipillas.    You can eat them with "Pebre" (you can see this in the pic with tomatoes, garlic, onions, chiles...) or with Chancaca, it's very sweet :)!!!

"Sopaipillas" Traditional Chilean Food, like an appetizer. It is a snack eaten during winter time, especially when it rains. It is typical to arrive home after walking through the rainy streets of Santiago and sit down to have a cup of tea and eat a couple of sopaipillas. You can eat them with "Pebre" (you can see this in the pic with tomatoes, garlic, onions, chiles...) or with Chancaca, it's very sweet :)!!!

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