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Empanadas Paisas
Ingredients Needed For Empanadas Paisas
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*1/2 lb. each of Pork and Beef
*1 T. each of Onion and scallion, chopped
*1 t. each of ground cumin seed and salt
*dash pepper
*2 T. vegetable oil
*2 cups water
*1/2 cup eacdh of chopped onions and chopped scallions
*4 small tomatoes, peeled and chopped
*1 lb. (4 medium-sized) potatoes, boiled with skin
*1/2 T. fresh cumin seed, ground
*1/2 T. salt
*1/2 t. pepper
*1 lb. dry yellow corn
*1 T. salt
*2 T. cornstarch
*2 T. brown sugar




Directions To Prepare Empanadas Paisas
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*The night before, marinate the meat with the onions, scalliions, salt, pepper and ground cumin seed.
*The next day, brown the meat in the vegetable oil.
*Then return the marinade and add water.
*Cook until meat is tender (40 min).
*Remove and grind meat.
*Sauté the onions and scallions in 4 T. oil.
*Add the chopped tomatoes and fry an additional 3 or 4 minutes.
*Mix in the ground meat and meat stock and cook for about 10 minutes.
*Peel and mash the cooled, boiled potatoes and add them to the meat and vegetable mixture.
*Mix the salt, pepper and ground cumin seed into the meat and Potato mixture.
*Apart, boil the dry yellow corn in sufficient water to cover the corn, for about half an hour.
* Put the cooked corn through a grinder.
* Knead the dough until it is thoroughly mixed and forma a firm ball.
* Pick off small pieces and form into the size of small balls.
*Flatten each piece thin.
*Put about 1 teaspoon of the meat mixture in the center of the flattened ball.
* Fold over and pinch edges together to close and form a pretty edge.
*Place in deep, hot vegetable oil and fry about 3 or 4 minutes until golden brown.
*Remove and put on paper towels in a colander.




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