I grew up eating
for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks.
Since arepas only contain corn, salt and water they are completely gluten free.
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– Masarepa of your choice – Water – Salt
Add the water and salt (optional) to a large bowl.
Slowly mix in the masarepa and about ½ cup at a time. Using your hands, knead the masa unit a smooth dough is formed.
Form balls the size of a medium onion and place them between 2 sheets of plastic wrap. Flatten with a rolling pin.
Using a dessert plate or soup bowl, cut the dough into circles through the plastic wrap.
Set your stovetop to medium and place your arepa on your arepa grill. Cook for about two minutes on each side.
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