empanada

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em·pa·na·da

 (ĕm′pə-nä′də)
n.
A Spanish or Latin-American turnover with a flaky crust and a savory or sweet filling.

[Spanish, from past participle of empanar, to coat with breadcrumbs : en-, in (from Latin in-; see en-1) + pan, bread; see panada.]

empanada

(ˌɛmpəˈnɑːdə)
n
(Cookery) a Spanish or Latin-American stuffed pastry

em•pa•na•da

(ˌɛm pəˈnɑ də)

n.
a Latin American or Spanish turnover filled with ground meat, vegetables, fruit, etc., and baked or fried.
[1920–25; < Sp, =em- em-1 + pan bread + -ada, feminine of -ado -ate1]
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This year, it began selling a machine that semi-automates the production of empanadas, a meat pie made by hand since colonial times.
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Empanada for a Dream" takes its title from the delicacies that Juan Francisco Villa's mother made that were legendary throughout his Lower East Side neighborhood while he was growing up: Empanadas so good that he would trade all his Batman and X-Men comics for them.
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Mouthwateringly delicious and bursting with flavor, empanadas are flaky baked pockets, stuffed with fresh delectable ingredients.