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Family Arepa Recipe As Made By Cesar



– [Cesar] In my family, arepas is serious business If you ever came late to breakfast, there was a really good chance you weren't gonna have one

Hi I'm Cesar, and today we're making my family's arepas I was born in Caracas, Venezuela When I was 6, we left Venezuela for the United States Arepas are a type of bread that Venezuelans eat We eat it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner

The one important thing you wanna remember is that the cornmeal has to be poured slowly to the water to eliminate any chance of having clumps At the end of the stirring, you want to make sure you have a very dense dough ball You know the arepas dough is ready when you press your fingers against it and it doesn't stick to them The story behind my parents is they met in college My father was from Venezuela, and my mother was from Bristol, Virginia

He was on a scholarship and he had an opportunity to come here and learn, but caveat to that was that he was gonna have to return to Venezuela and spend some time working there Which meant, after my mom and he fell in love, she was gonna have to come with him She had a lot of struggles and culture shock when she was in Venezuela, but one of the things that she really could confide in was learning how to make traditional Venezuelan dishes with my grandmother So the great thing about arepas is you can really have them with anything But my favorite way that it's prepared is my mother's chicken avocado recipe

It's something that we call reina pepiada It consists of avocado, cilantro, salt and pepper, and chicken You can used pulled chicken, but if you don't have time to make that, you can also use rotisserie style Arepas were always a big part of our breakfast We used to have them with scrambled eggs, ham and cheese, and butter

One of the things that I'm really proud about for having two parents from different cultures, is the perspective I have on the world I get to appreciate so many things because I've seen it from so many different angles I'm really thankful to my parents for keeping up with our traditions from our native land Now I'm here at Tasty Studios making my own video, so I really feel like it's the torch being passed down Oh, yes! (light music)

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