Venezuelan Arepa Infographic

VenezuelaI found this infographic by Sorelys Liendo about Venezuelan arepas floating around on Pinterest (follow ETW if you haven’t already!) and I thought it was too good not to share. Check out all of the combinations – including the viuda (widow) – which has no filling. Arepas are one of the most popular foods in Venezuela and consist of a fried or grilled masa pocket filled with…pretty much whatever you want, as the graphic demonstrates. Adriana Lopez has a great history of the arepa for the curious, and here is a simple recipe. They really couldn’t be easier to make.

Venezuelan Arepas

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2 responses to “Venezuelan Arepa Infographic

  1. Reblogged this on Grazing Bears and commented:
    Lovely infographic about the joys of Venezuelan Arepas! See the Grazing Bears recipe here: http://grazingbears.com/2011/05/19/arepas-venezuelan/

  2. Pingback: Amazing arepas in NYC at Arepas Cafe | Eating The World

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