Chipa Caburé (Griddled Argentinian Cheese Bread)

Chipa Caburé (Griddled Argentinian Cheese Bread)

Chipa Caburé (Griddled Argentinian Cheese Bread)

This version of the chipa, a traditional manioc-flour-based cheese bread from the Guaraní people in the South American region where Brazil meets Paraguay and Argentina, is griddled over an open flame.Arianne Jones

This recipe comes from the kitchen team at the Awasi Iguazú hotel in Iguazú, Argentina. Chipas, in their many forms, have been a traditional bread for the Guaraní people since the 19th century in the region of South America where Argentina meets Paraguay and Brazil. They were traditionally enjoyed during religious holidays and festivals, but today the cheesy grilled breads are also sold at street food stands in Iguazú as an all-day snack.

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