Found throughout Paraguay, in every house, on every street corner, along for the ride on every bus, chipa is a doughnut-like cheese bread with a density more like a bagel. Made of manioc flour, and with anise being essential or it’s not chipa, it’s a wonderful little snack.

Hand Made

Hand Made

Get the Oven Hot

Get the Oven Hot

Grated Salty Cheese

Grated Salty Cheese

Feeling for the Perfect Recipe

Feeling for the Perfect Recipe

A Cloud of Manioc Flour

A Cloud of Manioc Flour

Into the Oven

Into the Oven

Delivered with a Beautiful Smile

Delivered with a Beautiful Smile

Make Some as Gifts

Make Some as Gifts

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