hallacas

Hailing from Colombia and Venezuela, hallacas are South America’s version of tamales. They consist of ground beef or chicken mixed with other foods such as olives or raisins, surrounded by a ground-corn dough, wrapped in banana leaves and gently boiled. Hallacas are served as both an appetizer and main dish.

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