I'm currently freezing. Not literally...but it is REALLY cold where I am at. Yesterday it was -6°F/-21°C outside! So when I went in search of Chile's national dish I was happy to see it is a dish that is just perfect for a cold winter's night. This is Cazuela de Ave.
snap This Chilean chicken stew includes chicken of course, along with corn, pumpkin or squash, onions, carrots, potatoes and rice. Then it is typically flavored with spices such as garlic, salt, pepper, coriander and paprika. Should you be lucky enough to find yourself in Chile anytime soon, here is a great piece from Taste Atlas about where you get find a bowl to try yourself (although it is currently summer there).
If you are like me and are currently suffering through the cold dark days of winter and want to try making this recipe at home for yourself in a feeble attempt to warm-up, the fine folks of Chilean Food and Garden have your recipe right here.
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