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Argentina Recipes



The recipes of Argentina (Spanish: Recetas de Argentina) are a clear expression of their tradition and customs, which are dumped in the preparation of their meals, which have been contributions of new generations or have simply been passed from generation to generation and to this day maintain that traditional essence.

We also know that Argentina is known for being one of the largest producers of beef, so one of its main characteristic dish is the roast, which has different ways of preparing presentations, being one of the more traditional the Asado con Cuero which to this day is the best entertainment of rural people, a favorite of the Central Region and Pampa, and that since 2002, has organized the largest food festival in the coastal region and even went to declared National Tourist Interest.

Another highlight is the flag Locro also nominated as almost a national dish of Argentina, whose presentation is as a kind of stew prepared mostly with corn or beans. And to finish with the words of the traditional dishes of this country have their delicious dessert Dulce de Leche, Argentina's traditional dish, the preparation craft with freshly milked cow's milk makes it addictive to any palate.


Asado Con Cuero

Locro

Dulce de Leche

THE BEST RECIPES OF ARGENTINA:


Alfajores
Chimichurri Sauce
Sweetbreads
Asado Meat Grill
Argentine Beef Stew
Russian Salad
Argentine Mandioca
Argentina Empanadas
Matambre
Pollo Rio Negro



Cooking schools

Cooking schools in Argentina

Research and compare cooking school locations, culinary degrees offered, cost, facilities, class size, and reputation to find the one that will help get your career. Almost all cooking schools are accredited throughout the world and will train you to be the head chef of your own fabulous restaurant.







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