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Argentine Beef Stew
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Most people believe that a large portion of the population in Argentina thrives on beef. But contrary to the belief of most of the people, food at Argentina has much more to do than just beef and wine. The food habits of the people in Argentina are a lot affected by culture of various nations that have colonized this country.
As for the culture, the food habits of the people in Argentina are a lot affected by Spain. The larger portion of the population strives on Spanish cuisine. The cities of Buenos Aires and Mendoza also have restaurants that largely serve French, Italian, German and English food. Argentina's isolated Welsh community has preserved its heritage with traditional dishes.
Dishes from the sizzling plancha break Delicious Mendoza wines and snow-chilled champagne. Fresh trout with grilled asparagus; grilled lamb on potatoes accompanied by a rosemary chimichurri, the traditional olive oil and garlic-based marinade; gargantuan lomitos, layered with fried eggs and thinly-sliced sirloin steak; bife de chorizo, the classic Argentine thick-cut steak served with chimichurri; trout cooked on a bed of rösti potatoes and spinach, puchero, an enormous slow-cooking casserole of beef, sausage, potatoes, corn, chickpeas, marrow bone, cabbage and pumpkin are some of the famous food recipes in Argentina.
People at Argentina are also fond of wines and beers and like them to accompany their meals. Most of the population in the country has beef at least four times a week but still their food habits are much more extended than just beef.