Post #506: Making Chipa Paraguaya

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

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Melissa Violeta says:

    Much fluffier than rosquillas…And with anise? How interesting!

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    1. vagoscribe says:

      sooooo much better than rosquillas, except for the ones sold on the noon manto bus after san francisco de la paz ! those rosquis were pretty darn good!

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