I am a die-hard Venezuelan, and proud of my culture! I have lived in the United States for 15 years, but time and distance are not an obstacle when it comes to sharing my traditions and customs with my family.
The ingredients needed to prepare our delicious dishes are always present in my home. I want to teach you how to make my tasty empanadas domino, made from a blend of corn flour (the same used in preparing arepas and the popular hallacas) and wheat flour, and stuffed with a mixture of black beans and salted white cheese. I give the dough my magic touch by adding grated papelón (raw sugar), my grandmother’s recipe. She is to blame for my daughters’ mouth-watering experience every time they eat them!