Food Wishes Recipes – How to Make Arepas – Arepas Recipe and Technique – Venezuelan Sandwich

Posted on 24 July 2011 by admin     


Learn how to make Venezuelan Arepas Recipe ! Visit foodwishes.com to get more info, and watch over 350 free video recipes.

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  1. alguienPLC Says:

    it is fine my friend!..greetings from lechería, Venezuela.

     
  2. yosoyaraguaney Says:

    @jakamneziak you can’t, this is not like bread, you have to eat it right away, that’s why the one who cooks arepas can’t eat with the rest of the people hehehe, is stressy when there are too many eaters, tha’ts why is better to do then in the oven to ake more quantites at once. Try to search the cornmeal in a Turkish store.

     
  3. sthrnmuscle Says:

    I was an exchange student in Colombia back in high school and later got to visit Venezuela for a few months, so I’ve eaten a fair share of arepas. In Colombia, every arepa I had was filled with something (egg, cheese, ham, etc.) and fried. In Venezuela, they were pan fried, or baked, or started in the frying pan and finished in the oven – much more variety there as to cooking style, but fewer choices regarding fillings. We typically just buttered our arepas in Venezuela.

     
  4. sweetjodz Says:

    LOL your lil commentaries throughout your videos are HILARIOUS!!! 🙂

     
  5. miguelitro Says:

    @jakamneziak That’s a completely different recipe. It does include cornmeal as well but additionally includes wheat flour, star anise and brown sugar.

    You can follow one of many ways to do so in here:
    entiendelas . com/2009/02/arepitas-dulces-venezolanas/

     
  6. miguelitro Says:

    @annybalderrama Si consigue anís estrellado en Estados Unidos, Chef John será mi héroe. En serio

     
  7. GustavKunoe Says:

    this is probably the best thing ever..

     
  8. jakamneziak Says:

    I have a question. How long can you keep these for and what is the best way to store them? Also where can i get this conrmeal from (I live in england so most places do not sell this.)
    It looks amazing though and i will be intrigued by annybalderrama’s comment about sweet arepas…….do you just add caster sugar to the mixture or corn sryup?

     
  9. annybalderrama Says:

    Your arepa is by far to dry, but your doing well. Dont pay attention to all those ppl telling u thats the wrong way to do an arepa cause there´s a million ways to do one. Im from venezuela, my mother make arepas one way, and my ounts another, and eaven my sister has another way to make them and non of them are wrong. You can fried them like donus with a hole in the middle or like u did, can make them in the oven too, is fine. Sweet arepas are the best, try them.

     
  10. KissHope Says:

    Ok I have to tell you I am so sorry to have found your You Tube page…geeze louise I am cooking so many things which means I am eating so many things! lol I am def making these, the cheese puffs are A may zing!

     
  11. wolves200 Says:

    Dude! nice food, I´m from VENEZUELA and If my mom see me doing an AREPA like this she will probably slap my face….. is not the way you are shaping the arepa is the way you are doing the dough, is way too dry, is matter of trial and error, you need to mix the dought alot… believe me you won´t regret.
    either way, GREAT VIDEO!!! makes me hungry…..

     
  12. patricialeniz Says:

    la mejor harina de maiz blanco y amarillo la tiene venezuela no la deje de provar,asi se llama harina pan precocida muy resistente ,frita ,asada,cocida, es la mejor del mundo“ digna de importar “

     
  13. hollywoodremix12 Says:

    Hola, my dad is Colombian, and he makes arepa for breakfast, he puts cheese in the dough, then after when it’s cooked/grilled he opens them up and puts more cheese 🙂 it’s soooo good!

     
  14. kevinfebuary Says:

    And what every one is saying and this is hiw i eat them they are grilled u can buy some little metal grill that you put over your regular stove

     
  15. kevinfebuary Says:

    Im colombiab abd i eat them every morning lmao my favoraite ar sweet arepas onstead if salt you put sugar and anis seeds and use nore grease thier deep fried

     
  16. xPurpleHazeReaprx Says:

    I can swear it should be called “GORDITAS”. I usually make them with Picadillo .

     
  17. WarexTv Says:

    fritas con azucar y con queso de cabra son lo mejor 😀

     
  18. tazbien2008 Says:

    BUEN VÍDEO SOY VENEZOLANO MERIDEÑO LA TRADICIÓN ES HACERLAS EN LA PLANCHA YA QUE LA HISTORIA VINE DESDE HACE MUCHOS AÑOS EN LAS CAMPESINAS QUE LAS HACÍAN A LA PLANCHA SOLO LE ECHAN SAL YA QUE ERAN CAMPESINAS POBRES QUE TENÍAN UN BATALLÓN DE HIJOS Y FLIA , ERA ECONÓMICO HACERLAS A LA PLANCHA IMAGÍNATE HACIENDO UN POCOTON DE AREPAS PARA SUS HIJOS FRITAS MÍNIMO GASTABA LA QUINCENA DE SU ESPOSO EN PURO ACEITE JEJEJEJE Y LA MAYOR PARTE DE LA POBLACION LAS HACE AL REVÉS ES DECIR PRIMERO LA HARINA

     
  19. davidealessio Says:

    arepas taste awesome

     
  20. ilbella8 Says:

    @miguelitro Viva Venezuela!

     
  21. thedeadserv Says:

    @peterbox1 heheh! Já bastou ontem! 😀

     
  22. peterbox1 Says:

    @thedeadserv E tu tinhas que ser tuga para rabujar. Epa vai protestar. esta na moda agora… Frome

     
  23. thedeadserv Says:

    @peterbox1 lol, parecias um italiano lol. “frome” 😀

     
  24. magno4002 Says:

    Hola amigo, las arepas originalmente no son fritas, son al horno

    y buen video 😀 nunca crei que en eu haya p.a.n

     
  25. Tealcc Says:

    I just found this product totally by accident, in a random little store in my hometown here in Sweden. Bought a bag and im making this today! cant wait..

    I’ll probably be using some pork tenderloin, something green and ofcourse.. Bacon bits.

     

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