RegiónNORTHWEST

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BAKED LAMB PAWS, STRING BEANS AND SMALL POTATOES (PAPINES) BOILED IN CHARQUI JUICE AND BASIL OIL

In the middle of the Quebrada (mountain stream) or in different landscapes of Jujuy province, the lamb’s paws are very tasty with the small potatoes and aromatic basil oil.

BAKED LAMB PAWS, STRING BEANS AND SMALL POTATOES (PAPINES) BOILED IN CHARQUI JUICE AND BASIL OIL

RegiónLITTORAL - NEA

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HOLUPCHI – STUFFED CABBAGE LEAVES (NIÑOS REVUELTOS)

This “Holupchi” or “ Holopchi” are cabbage leaves stuffed, one of the contributions the Ukrainian immigration made to the region. They have different meats and rice and are wrapped in cabbage. They are so famous that they have its own fest in Oberá, province of Misiones.

HOLUPCHI – STUFFED CABBAGE LEAVES (NIÑOS REVUELTOS)

RegiónCUYO

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PROVOLETA OF GOAT CHEESE MARINATED IN GRAPE OIL AND BEET PURÉE

The provoleta goat cheese gains in flavor after resting in the grape oil marinade. The combination is completed with a beet purée, contributing to with color and aroma.

PROVOLETA OF GOAT CHEESE MARINATED IN GRAPE OIL AND BEET PURÉE

RegiónCENTER

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PUDDING OF NUTS WITH PEANUT PRALINÉ

Joining different dry fruits you get desserts such as this pudding of nuts, ideal or tea time, or with an infusion from the sierras.

PUDDING OF NUTS WITH PEANUT PRALINÉ

RegiónPATAGONIA

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SIRLOIN OF WILD BOAR WITH RED PORK SAUSAGE, HONEY AND BALSAMIC VINEGAR REDUCTION, POLENTA TACO AND PEAR CHUTNEY

One of the game meats to eat is the wild boar. Its sirloin is tender and has more flavor with the red pork sausage and the sweet touch of honey.

SIRLOIN OF WILD BOAR WITH RED PORK SAUSAGE, HONEY AND  BALSAMIC VINEGAR REDUCTION, POLENTA TACO AND PEAR CHUTNEY

RegiónCITY OF BUENOS AIRES

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LENTIL STEW

Lentil stew is always present in the menus of the typical Buenos Aires restaurants. It is prepared with smoked bacon and vegetables and it is a classic in traditional inns and homes.

LENTIL STEW

RegiónPROVINCE OF BUENOS AIRES

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Don Pedro clásico y renovado

Don Pedro clásico y renovado
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Gastronomía Regional Argentina

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