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Empanadas are savory turnovers (pastry) originally from Spain that were brought to the New World colonies by Spanish immigrants. Throughout Spanish-speaking South America, empanadas are common snacks sold at bakeries as grab-n-go lunches for busy people during the work week, but are just as often cooked at home as comfort food, too. But few have embraced these lovely meat pies as much as Argentines.
Argentine empanadas are commonly filled with a spiced mince-meat, onions, olives or raisins, and hard-boiled eggs. But there are endless variations for fillings, including vegetarian o...