How to Make Yellow Corn Arepas

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Making yellow corn arepas is an identical process to making white arepas. Find out how to make yellow corn arepas with help from an experienced private chef in this free video clip.

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Hello, everybody, and welcome back to Latin Twisted Dishes with Neil Fuentes. Today we are going to be talking about arepas again. But this time we are going to go with a different flour. We are going to go with a yellow corn flour for this arepas. What is going to happen? What is the difference between a white arepa and a yellow arepa. A yellow arepa is going to have a little more of a corn flavor into it. It's going to be a little softer then the white dough. But it's still absolutely delicious. And the way that you make this arepas is like you make it into a pocket and you can fill it up with whatever you want. The first thing we are going to do here is we are going to add one cup of water into our bowl with one cup of flour. The ratio is always going to be the same, one cup for one cup. If you want to make more arepas you do two and two and so on, and so on, and so on. Then you are going to go and season it a little bit with salt. And then you are going to start kneading that dough around and around, and around. And you will find out that the dough will start getting harder and harder. And the dough itself is going to clean the bowl. At that moment ladies and gentlemen you are ready to go. Your arepas are ready. So what we are going to do is once we form our arepas we are going to oil our frying pan. And we are going to fry them, not fry them, we are going to sear them in there pretty much from both sides, probably about two to three minutes on each side. And then they are going to go into a 350 degree oven for about 10 to 15 minutes. And then you are ready ladies and gentlemen just to eat them.


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