Asado is the quintessential Argentine barbecue. It typically includes a variety of cuts of beef, sausages, and offal, all cooked over an open flame or on a grill. The meat is seasoned with chimichurri sauce, a mixture of parsley, garlic, vinegar, and oil.
Empanadas are savory pastry pockets filled with various ingredients, such as beef, chicken, ham and cheese, or vegetables. They come in a variety of flavors and are a popular snack or appetizer.
This dish is similar to Wiener Schnitzel and consists of a breaded and fried meat cutlet, usually made with beef or chicken. It's often served with mashed potatoes or in a sandwich called "Milanesa a la Napolitana" topped with ham, marinara sauce, and melted cheese.
Provoleta is a delicious appetizer made with provolone cheese, often topped with oregano and red pepper flakes. It's typically cooked on the grill until it's hot, bubbly, and slightly browned.
This dish is a thin slice of flank steak topped with tomato sauce, cheese, and herbs, similar to a pizza. It's cooked on the grill until the cheese is melted and bubbling.
Humitas are similar to tamales and are made from a mixture of corn, cheese, and spices, wrapped in corn husks and steamed. They can be sweet or savory and are a popular street food.
This is a thick, juicy sirloin steak, one of the most prized cuts of beef in Argentina. It's typically grilled to perfection and served with chimichurri sauce.
Dulce de leche is a sweet, caramel-like spread made from condensed milk. It's used as a topping for toast, pancakes, and desserts, and it's a staple in Argentine cuisine.