Chipa 4 Quesos (Paraguayan Gluten-Free Bread)
Bread | Breakfast

Chipa 4 Quesos (Paraguayan Gluten-Free Bread)

Chipa cuatro quesos (four cheese chipa) is a Paraguayan bread made with cassava starch which is naturally gluten-free. {this recipe was first posted on Curious Cuisiniere} Easter is just around the corner. People are starting to make plans for the long holiday coming up. The ones in the big cities plan to visit relatives in […]

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Bolivian Cassava Casserole (Sonso de Yuca)
Bolivian food | Breakfast

Bolivian Cassava Casserole (Sonso de Yuca)

Sonso, a peculiar name for a delicious dish from eastern Bolivia. Made with cassava and lots of cheese. A few weeks ago I shared a recipe called, Sonso de Yuca Frito (Cheesy and Fluffy Bolivian Pancake). Where the main ingredient is cassava. This recipe is very similar. But baked instead of cooked in a frying pan. […]

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Baked Cuñapé (Bolivian Bread)
Bolivian food | Bread

Baked Cuñapé (Bolivian Bread)

Cuñapé is a Bolivian bread with lots of cheese and it’s gluten-free. With a firm crust and a chewy crumb, you’re going to love it! Oh! afternoon tea! Growing up in Bolivia we had a custom of having tea/coffee at around 3 or 4 in the afternoon. If you are a guest, your hostess would […]

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Chipa almidón (Paraguayan gluten-free bread)
Bread | Breakfast

Chipa Almidón (Paraguayan Gluten-Free Bread)

Chipa almidón. The most popular chipa in Paraguay. They are found in the streets, most commonly in the shape of a donut. Fourth and last recipe for chipas! I hope you have enjoyed these Paraguayan recipes. Chipa almidón is what you find in the streets. The one you buy after school, when you travel by […]

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Chipa pirú (sin gluten) chipa paraguaya
Bread

Chipa Pirú (Crunchy Gluten-Free Bread)

Chipa pirú, or thin chipa, it’s a crunchy – cheesy Paraguayan bread/cracker. These Paraguayan donut shaped crackers or chipa pirú are very easily found in supermarkets. They come packaged in a way that is comfortable to carry in your suitcase to take to those who miss Paraguay. Something I make sure to bring when I […]

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