arepa

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a·re·pa

 (ə-rā′pə)
n.
A baked or fried cornmeal cake of traditional Colombian cuisine.

[Cariban ərepa, maize.]

arepa

(əˈriːpə)
n
a Colombian cornmeal cake
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One of NCR Silvers first customers is Sydney-based Arepas Australia, which currently operates two markets.
Specializing in Venezuelan Arepas and hispanic food, makes this a great opportunity to be part of an growing franchise in the Central Florida area.
The best sellers in this XIV Buyers Mission were pineapples, fresh and frozen, mangos, fresh and frozen, tubers, palms, chayotes, plants, flowers and foliage, snacks, sauces, tuna, arepas, jellies, dressings, articles of clothing, and construction.
En el presente trabajo se incorpora harina de quinchoncho, procesado con y sin cascara, en mezclas con harina precocida de maiz a diferentes porcentajes de sustitucion, para la elaboracion de arepas y posterior caracterizacion fisica, quimica y sensorial.
Por esto, se planteo la necesidad de determinar caracteristicas fisico-quimicas, organolepticas y reologicas de maices y de arepas (masas de maiz asadas, muy comunes en Colombia y Venezuela) elaboradas a partir de maices de alta proteina y compararlas con las de otros maices.
Look for mounds of rice, small skin-on yellow potatoes, fried yucca and those crunchy Colombian corn-flour patties called arepas with most entree offerings.
Hours later her husband, Pablo, will strap a box of arepas onto a rickety bicycle and wheel it through a maze of mud paths to sell to neighbors.
Sin embargo, el menu esta dominado por los platillos colombianos, las arepas (tortitas de maiz cocidas), el chorizo colombiano, los sancochos (consomes con carne y vegetales), los platanos fritos o en "toston", la yuca frita y los infaltables frijoles rojos y arroz blanco, que acompanan a la gran mayoria de los platillos principales.
With increases in the US Hispanic population and non-Hispanic people gain familiarity with items such as Cuban Sandwiches, Empanadas, and Arepas, the Company believes that positioning their products outside the freezer will boost the Havana Roadhouse brand name nationally as a recognized manufacturer of high-quality, great tasting, premium ethnic food items.
There are other smaller bites: Corn cakes called arepas ($7) with spicy sausage and romesco sauce, saladlike plates with romaine hearts and chile strips ($5.
Arepas, available in yellow, white and sweet corn varieties, are a house specialty.
An arepa filled with spiced, shredded meat (carne mechada) is one of the most popular, but Reina Pepiada--chicken salad--is also a winner.