Find recipes for spicy beef empanadas, baked and deep fried classic Argentinian empanadas, empanada de atun (tuna empanada), as well as sweet empanadas - all great for lunchbox treats or feeding a crowd!
Vegetarian empanadas are ideal for those on a vegetarian diet, or for those just wishing to cut down on their meat intake. These empanadas have a delightful filling of mozzarella, tomato and fresh basil, making them light yet filling and a tasty, easy option for feeding family and friends.
This tuna empanada is a popular Spanish snack - enjoyed anytime, anywhere. It's easy to make and delicious!
These traditional Argentinian empanadas are typically from the Northern region. Whereas beef empanadas are usually made with minced beef, these are specifically made with diced veal shoulder, which makes them extra juicy and flavourful. Seasoned with crushed red pepper, these empanadas won't last long on your table.
These scrumptious empanadas are arguably the most popular sweet treats in all of Argentina. Traditionally, this recipe is made just with quince paste, but adding either goat or manchego cheese to the filling makes them irresistible.
Try this easy and authentic empanada pastry! Quick to make since all ingredients are mixed in a food processor, then kneaded just very quickly and it's done. You can make it in advance, just cut it into discs and freeze for later use.