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Whats the difference between the different types of tapas?

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Whats the difference between the different types of tapas?

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I’ve found 3 types of La Salteña tapas in the store. ‘Para Horno’ means ‘for baking’. ‘Para Freir’ means ‘for frying,’ and ‘Hojaldre’ means ‘puff pastry’. The horno style and the hojaldre style are both for baking. The horno style is a pie-crusty type of dough, whereas the hojaldre will give a delicate, flaky pastry-style crust. The fried style lends itself well to seafood or vegetable empanadas, and is more typical in the Buenos Aires area. Of the other brands I’ve used, the dough style is most like the ‘horno’ style. Below are photos of the packaging of both the Horno and Hojaldre-style tapas… Criollas para Horno means ‘Spanish-style (or Creole-style) for the Oven’ and ‘Bien Sequitas’ means ‘Very Dry’ ‘Hojaldradas para Horno’ means Puff Pastry style for the oven’ and ‘Bien Sabrosas’ means ‘Very Tasty’ And they are! My next post will address how to make tapas from scratch. Please feel free to leave additional questions about empanadas in the comments section. Find me on facebook: Re

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I’ve found 3 types of La Salteña tapas in the store. ‘Para Horno’ means ‘for baking’. ‘Para Freir’ means ‘for frying,’ and ‘Hojaldre’ means ‘puff pastry’. The horno style and the hojaldre style are both for baking. The horno style is a pie-crusty type of dough, whereas the hojaldre will give a delicate, flaky pastry-style crust. The fried style lends itself well to seafood or vegetable empanadas, and is more typical in the Buenos Aires area. Of the other brands I’ve used, the dough style is most like the ‘horno’ style. Below are photos of the packaging of both the Horno and Hojaldre-style tapas… Criollas para Horno means ‘Spanish-style (or Creole-style) for the Oven’ and ‘Bien Sequitas’ means ‘Very Dry’ ‘Hojaldradas para Horno’ means Puff Pastry style for the oven’ and ‘Bien Sabrosas’ means ‘Very Tasty’ And they are! My next post will address how to make tapas from scratch. Please feel free to leave additional questions about empanadas in the comments section.

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