This was one of those recipes that was outstanding for the blog. The last time I made this dish, I forgot to take pictures of the end result, LOL, and this time almost the same thing happened again. What happened is that my guests were waiting, and taking a couple of photos takes some time,...Leer más / Read More »
Curanto al hoyo. Typical of southern Chilean Patagonia. It makes a hole in the ground. They put burning charcoal embers stone covered with pork, beef, poultry, seafood, potatoes. Cover with plant called Nalca.
Curanto en olla: Similar to Curanto en Hoyo, a typical dish from the south of Chile. Traditionally prepared by heating fish, seafood, potatoes, some meat, milcaos and types of bread over red hot rocks in a hole in the ground. The food is wrapped in big leaves and then covered with dirt so that it slowly cooks over a number of hours. (Similar to a hangi in New Zealand). On Easter Island it is called Umu Pae. This version is made in a pot.