baking empanadas goya

baking empanadas goya

Baking empanadas goya
chopped brown sugar cane from 1pkg. (8 oz.) GOYA® Brown Sugar Cane – Piloncillo , or 1 cup packed dark brown sugar
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Baking empanadas goya
Add ground beef to onion mixture. Cook, stirring and breaking up meat with wooden spoon, until cooked through, about 8 minutes. Season meat mixture with adobo. Gently mix in chopped eggs, raisins and chopped olives. Set beef mixture aside to cool.
For the Filling:

Baking empanadas goya
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Enjoy dinner tonight with this delicious, hearty ground beef and potato empanada recipe that are baked, not fried, using orange Goya discs.

Deeba, I’ll bet you could use this filling with a traditional samosa dough.
Brilynn, I don’t know if these will qualify as jumbo empanadas, but they’re large, and delicious.

Baking empanadas goya
My premade dough is made by Goya, I found it in the freezer section at Walmart. These discs worked so great and I can’t wait to try out other fillings. * thaw frozen dough discs
Spread 1 tbsp of Fat Free Refried Beans onto each disc.

Baking empanadas goya
Beef Empanadas are a meat-filled dough pocket or hand pie. The type of dough you use is completely up to you.
Homemade Cuban Beef Empanadas are seriously delicious and easy to make. Empanadas are a meat-filled dough. The type of dough used is up to you.

Baking empanadas goya

You can buy ready-made empanada discs at many Latin grocery stores, but you can also easily make the dough at home. Homemade empanada dough is very easy to make, especially if you have a food processor. Making the dough at home also allows you to customize it and add things like herbs, spices, and other personal touches to the empanada dough. You can also use organic flour or whole wheat flour when you make your own empanada dough. My mom usually makes her empanadas using half regular all-purpose flour and half whole wheat flour.
Pumpkin empanadas : Delicious homemade pumpkin empanadas made with caramelized or candied pumpkin, cooked in panela or piloncillo syrup with cinnamon, clove and all spice.

References:

http://www.goya.com/en/recipes/argentinean-style-beef-empanadas
http://wishesndishes.com/beef-potato-empanadas/
http://www.theperfectpantry.com/2009/04/discos-recipe-chicken-empanadas.html
http://www.catchmecooking.com/easy-baked-empanadas/
http://kitchendreaming.com/beef-empanadas/
http://www.laylita.com/recipes/all-about-empanadas/
http://sites.google.com/site/beautyandterror/Home/triumph-over-the-will