Amalia’s Empanadas10/8/2020 11:33:42 PM
Excerpted from At the Table and Around the Fire | By Florencia Palmaz
Argentinians endlessly debate which style of empanada is better and there are quite a few. There’s the Tucuman, which has a juicy filling; the Salteña, which is baked; and the Criolla, fried. Amalia Palmaz’s recipe for empanadas (the style we cook at the winery) are a spinoff of the Salteña style. While we fill them with a variety of different fillings, the recipe we have here is for our GVR Wagyu Beef Empanadas—which pairs perfectly with a Palmaz Cabernet Sauvignon. Our recipe calls for pre-made empanada rounds from Goya—let’s keep it simple.