Luis Herrera of Casa Ora in Brooklyn, NY makes Reina Pepiada arepas, a hand-held, pre-Hispanic dish fit for a queen. The Reina Pepiada arepa, created in the 1950s in Venezuela, is one of the most popular varieties, stuffed with creamy chicken salad and avocado slices. Luis’ recipe covers the making of the filling as well as the arepa itself, made from masa dough and cooked on a skillet.
Check out the recipe here: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/4agppm/reina-pepiada-arepas-recipe
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