Makes 4-6 Prep Time 5 minutes   Cook Time 15 minutes   Rated:    
by Tenina Holder


The Arepa originates from Colombia but is common now in the United States probably due to the large Colombian population. They are a fried flat bread made and eaten daily by those in the know using a cooked corn flour. They are often eaten like a tortilla with toppings ranging from meat, seafood, eggs, vegetables or even sweet with a type of dulce de leche. You can also split them and eat them as you would a sandwich. This recipe appears in my new cookbook, Tenina’s America and if you are an Insider you are receiving a discount on the pre-order of that book right now! Make sure you check your home page for details if you are reading this in October!! (Or join us and get the discount!)

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