Theres a special spicy salsa sauce on the plate that you eat these with that I will learn how to make tomorrow.
I ate the empanadas and bolon’s with fresh tea called “Gloriana” which is made from a herb called yerba louisa and sweetened with sugar. It’s an alternative to coffee. But most people eat empanadas and bolon’s with a cup of coffee in the afternoon. Quite delicious!
I will post more on other wonderful foods here in Ecuador in coming posts. Right now, I’m also working on posts that will talk about Americans living in Ecuador and the many interesting attractions in Ecuador.
I’m also researching where to visit in South America, the differences in the cost of living all over South America, more information on South America and more on countries with low cost of living such as Ecuador. Please stay tuned!
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