- n. Plural form of empanada.
“The world's largest purveyor of hand pies, McDonald's, switched from fried pies to baked apple pies in 1992 (their pineapple pies, which they call empanadas, also are baked).”
“Plantain empanadas can also be filled with cheese.”
“Plantain empanadas with picadillo: Empanadas de platano: Mexican Recipe”
“These are now appreciated all over the country, and plantain empanadas are among the most popular menu items at Mexico City's El Bajio, considered by many to be the best regional food restaurant in the city.”
“Plantain empanadas with picadillo: Empanadas de platano by”
“Green Chile empanadas from a bakery on Aurora were the entree, and there were lots of snacks -- the veggies for dipping had been marinated in chile-limon so I had a hard time staying away from those.”
“In the Central Valleys of Oaxaca, it is frequently served in empanadas with shredded chicken and a leaf of the anis-tasting herb hoja santa.”
“Trudge on, that is, and eventually indulge in empanadas.”
“Termium Plus, the Canadian Government trilingual database, provided me the equivalent for empanadas, which is the same word.”
“That's why La Fonda's menu offers other Latin items such as Churrasco ($12.99), a grilled Argentinean-styled steak; Fish Filet in Garlic Sauce ($12.99); and meat-filled pastries called empanadas ($4.99).”
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