El Porteño empanadas at the Island Earth farmers market in the Metreon
Empanadas are a dish made in Spanish and Latin American regions, with many variations coming from all the different countries. They are made with dough and stuffed with all types of fillings, either savory or sweet.
At El Porteño in the Island Earth farmers market inside the Metreon, they make Argentine-style empanadas, which are the traditional half-circle style empanadas that are typically served at most restaurants. The empanadas are baked, not fried, and are stuffed with a number of different fillings.
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