Arepas are a traditional South American dish, prepared and used much like bread. Unlike breads, however, arepas are made with corn instead of wheat. Arepas can be grilled, baked, or fried, depending on personal taste. They play a major role in the cuisine of Colombia and Venezuela, and are readily available all over South America in street side stands and restaurants. It looks like a pure white bread roll. The outside is crisp but the inside is doughy. This arepas recipe will serve 8 to 10.
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