These traditional arepas are the representation of a neighboring country, Venezuela, who adopted these arepas and has made them one of the most delicious and desired by many people in various parts of the world.
They are quite famous and are consumed either at breakfast or dinner and usually accompanied by hot chocolate or fresh coffee.
How big are these arepas?
These wheat flour arepas are not of a specific size when trying to make them at home; they can be made large, small, thin, or thick. It all depends on the appetite you have when preparing it or for the public that will taste them.
Are these arepas stuffed?
They are arepas made with a lot of love, and that usually filled with butter and white cheese, although other options considered are filling them with ham and cheddar cheese, and there are even those who fill these arepas with shredded meat or chicken.
This recipe is straightforward to make, and once we have the dough ready, it will not take you more than 10 minutes to cook our arepas.
Wheat flour arepas are very chosen by many homes, both Colombian and Venezuelan, and some prepare it somewhere else in the world; they are so delicious that there is no way to resist.
Those who knew her to know about the paradise of which I speak when eating these arepas, who do not, it is time that they dare to prepare them at home and fill them with the ingredients they like best, and thus, surprise our family, friends and everyone who wants to try this recipe?
How to make wheat flour arepas?
So don't think about it anymore and come with us to prepare these delicious wheat flour arepas.
If you liked these wheat flour arepas, remember that you can prepare traditional arepas, or you can also prepare these six types of arepas.Receta original en Español
- 250 g wheat flour
- 1 egg
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- 30 g of milk powder.
- 40 g of butter
- ½ teaspoon salt
- ½ teaspoon of baking powder.
- Warm water.
- Cheese for the filling.
- Sift the flour, and add the egg, sugar, powdered milk, butter, salt, and baking powder, mix until it forms a compact but very soft dough, adding warm water little by little.
- Cut the balls of equal size and form the arepas with your hand or with the help of a lid or plate, flatten up the arepas.
- In a hot iron, cook over low heat, letting it cook, on the one hand, and then turn it over to cook on the other.
- Once cooked, open the inside, spread butter, and stuffed with cheese. And ready.
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