Mapuche potato sopaipillas, also known as “pan de papas” (potatoes bread) are a traditional food in the Mapuche diet, although they are less commonly made today, they are still highly appreciated by those who are familiar with them.

Chapaleles are one of the most popular side dishes in the cuisine of southern Chile, from the Chiloé archipelago, typically prepared as part of another major local dish, the curanto en hoyo (a traditional pit-cooked meal).

A popular oregano bread recipe that used to be found on the back of some white flour packages, quick, delicious, and very versatile, perfect to pair with whatever you like.