How to make it

  • PINO: Chop up the onions and put some honey in a pan until it starts to bubble.
  • put in the chopped unions and stir until they a coved in honey, then pour olive oil on them and fry the whole thing of until the onions attain a light brown colour and a sweet taste.
  • Put in the minced beef and spices (however much you want) and brown of the meat until it's cooked.
  • the mixture can't be to moist so try and reduce as much as the fluid as possible.
  • when it's done put in the raisins and leave in the fridge overnight so that the raisins can absorb some of the renaming fluid.
  • DOUGH: The dough is a traditional dough so just mix it together so you can start to make empanadas.
  • Empanadas: first you take a small piece of the dough a roll it out with a rolling pin.
  • Then you take a slice of the hard-boiled egg and place it in the middle of the rolled out dough.
  • Take a tablespoon of the pino and place on top of the egg slice.
  • Now take one olive and put it with the pino and egg.
  • Then take one side of the dough and lay it over the pino.
  • Press down so that it sticks and cut of the uneven edges.
  • pinch the sides with a fork so that it makes a pretty pattern.
  • glaze the empanadas with egg and cook them!
  • 20 Min at 200 C / 400 F
  • Enjoy
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  • keni 4 years ago
    These sound wonderful... anxiously awaiting more recipes from you! :)Welcome to the site.
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    " It was excellent "
    mark555 ate it and said...
    something I have always been interested in trying, thank you for posting it,
    Mark
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  • 22566 4 years ago
    One could have a festival with this wonderful little pinu mincemeat wrap.

    Many countries contribute to the Empanada repertoire,but I believe that I like this version very much.

    Thank-you for sharing this splendid first recipe,looking forward to many more.

    Kind Regards
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  • tinadc 4 years ago
    Yum yum tx for the recipe-----high 5
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