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24 Mouthwatering Flavors of Empanadas: Sweet and Savory

By Nicole Presley |

In honor of National Empanada Day (which is April 8th), I have put together this round-up. The truth is I wait for empanadas. I search them out. I savor them as if they are the world’s most precious treasure. I never turn them away, nor do I know anyone who isn’t as crazy for the dough stuffed small bites as I am. Some people prefer them filled with sweet fruit and others will opt for a savory ground meat filling, and then there are the people like me who will take them either way. Empanadas are the Spanish version of a turn-over or hand-pie. They are made by many Latin cultures with slight variations and fillings…. Here are 24 different empanadas to drool over and make at home. Happy National Empanada Day!

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24 Mouthwatering Flavors of Empanadas: Sweet and Savory

A Celebration Of The Best Empanadas


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Nicole Presley

Nicole Presley is a Mexican American food blogger who loves to cook, bake, and write about it! Nicole shares all sorts of delicious recipes and beautiful photos of the food she prepares, with an extra focus on the Latin food of her heritage. Read bio and latest posts → Read Nicole's latest posts →

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4 thoughts on “24 Mouthwatering Flavors of Empanadas: Sweet and Savory

  1. Edward Nolen says:

    How do I get rid of the Stonyfield Organic ad so that I can read your blog? This ad is blocking the entire left side of the page and cannot be moved.

  2. Ed Nolen says:

    As soon as I posted the problem with the ad, it went away.

  3. ed nolen says:

    Well, as soon as I tried to look at a recipe the ad came back covering the left side of the page. This site is too annoying.

  4. missy says:

    I can’t find the recipe for grandma Pearl’s amazing empenadas

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