9 responses

  1. Alejandra Castro
    September 16, 2010

    muchas gracias por la receta!!!
    por 10 anos que llevo en EEUU, nunca encontre la receta correcta.
    creo que tu tienes la verdadera!!! que pasen un buen Bicentenario!!!!
    yo desde San Francisco, con una fiesta Chilena y tus empanadas!


    • Boris at Chilean-Wine.com
      September 16, 2010

      De nada es mi placer poder darte la receta.


  2. Monika
    June 2, 2011

    THANK YOU!!!!! I have been in the USA, now for 40 years! This is the best recepe. I got a recepe for the dowgh some 30 years ago, from an aunt, I memorized it by making the empanadas frequently….now, I had not made them for some time…years, due to different circumstances, looking through the web, I could not find a recepe that would resonate! Until I found yours, I made them for Memorial Day! What a treat!!! I also made pastel de choclo, one of my favorites. I have not been back to Chile in 40 years, I am planning a trip to join my clan to celebrate my aunt’s 60th anniversity, this coming December. Lots of my cousins are flying from all over, Spain, Belgium, Greece, and other parts of the U.S. I am so looking forward to it. I was 13 when I left Chile. Finally!!!! :)

    • Boris at Chilean-Wine.com
      June 2, 2011

      My pleasure. Glad you found it useful and tasty!

  3. Vicky G
    February 6, 2012

    Thank you for your wonderful Empanada’s Recipe, my husband has been wanting to try them for a long time, they sell them around the corner from our house for $5 a piece, I told him we could make a half a dozen for that prize, once I find the recipe for them, so glad I found yours!

  4. Angel
    July 19, 2013

    Awesome!!! my bf and I are following your recipe! hope it work for us! it better work! hahaha! thank you so much!!!! I was looking for this empanada!!! I believe that and empanada is made and enjoy it by its Dough :D thank you so much!!! I will enjoy this recipe with a glass of Casillero del diablo :D

  5. Sootsg
    November 26, 2013

    My mother is from Antofagasta. She married my father who was stationed there and moved to the US. This was one of my favorite dishes growing up and I would have mom make some for school functions they were always a big hit. This recipe looks almost exactly like hers. Eat up. :)

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