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The main difference between Colombian empanadas and the rest is the way they're cooked. Colombian empanadas are typically fried and others are baked. This recipe takes ground sirloin, russet potatoes, and a plethora of spices that make a flakey, hand-held bite of bold deliciousness. You can find these savory treats all over the streets. Relatively easy to make, empanadas are great to incorporate tons of recipes sweet or savory. Try them out and let me know what you think!
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Aguardiente Sours are made with aguardiente (fire water) which is a strong South American spirit made from sugar cane. This cocktail extinguishes a little bit of the fire with fresh orange and lime juice that adds a tart sweetness. The fluffiness of the whipped egg white balances all of the flavors for a refreshing, but strong sip!