Specific Food of Venezuelan Cuisine

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If someone would ask me what is the best Venezuelan food, I wouldn’t know what to say because I have no idea about Venezuelan cuisine! And this to my great shame as a gourmet who likes to eat any authentic food!

Most of you are probably in the same situation, meaning you know nothing about Venezuelan cuisine. You may have heard of the communist dictatorship in this South American country, but you can’t really mention a dish specific to this region.

Although I suspected that it is a cuisine rich in greens and flavors, I still could not fully imagine the great variety and freshness of the recipes. Below you can read a culinary article about the specifics of Venezuelan cuisine and some of the most popular food recipes.

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⬇️ Below is an inspiring culinary article that I found interesting about Venezuelan cuisine. 👌

Family recipes can be passed down through the generations, like the secret to the gravy for grandmother’s smothered chicken or how to get the perfect consistency for the fluffy frosting for mom’s famous devil’s-food cake.

Castillo’s grandmother, Rosa Carvajal, was a single mother supporting 12 children in Maturin, Venezuela, the capital of the state of Monagas. She made empanadas and arepas that she sold to the neighbors, and cheeses produced from the milk of the cows she raised.

A hallmark of Venezuelan cuisine is a wide range of fresh white cheeses often named for different regions of the country, such as queso guayanés from the Guayana region of southeast Venezuela.

Rosa Carvajal passed along those recipes and her cheese-making skills to her daughter, Estefania Carvajal, the fifth of her children.

Caravajal, in turn, married, raised four daughters, and had a small farm where she kept 10 cows and made cheese, which she sold to neighbors.

Castillo grew up watching her grandmother and her mother make cheese.

At Mrs. Rosa Foods, Castillo and her sister, Julia, along with Castillo’s partner, María Rosal, and Rosal’s brother, Carlos, produce nine varieties of fresh cheese and a range of other Venezuelan foods, such as cachapas, empanadas and arepas.Castillo trained as an attorney in Venezuela but came to the United States in 2017, seeking asylum, fleeing persecution in her home country. Rosal arrived in 2018.Nostalgic for the flavors of home, she and Rosal cooked the dishes they remembered. While they could find many ingredients they needed, they could never find […]

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