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South American Specialty and Organic Products

Products: Gourmet

Dulce de Leche argentino

Our Dulce de Leche caramel spread is delicious with just about anything or by itself. Argentine recipe.

The most common uses for Dulce de Leche Caramel Spread are served over ice cream, cheesecake, cakes, waffles, pancakes, crepes, toast (add butter to the toast first, trust us!) and fruit.

It's also excellent as a base ingredient for shakes, ice cream or baked into various pastries. Finally you can use it to flavor beverages like coffee and shakes.

Chimichurri (Original)

The Argentinian tradicional condiment for Asado / Barbacue/ Grill

The great thing about chimichurri is that it enhances the natural flavors or your food, it does not cover it up. Whether on steak, chicken or seafood something magical happens when you add it.

Chimichurri (Hot)

 The Argentinian tradicional condiment for Asado / Barbacue/ Grill

Alfajores de chocolate negro

Cachafaz Alfajores Chocolate / Sandwich Cookies with Chocolate Coated and Dulce de Leche Filling

Argentina is today the worlds largest consumer of the alfajor, possibly the most complex and ancient type of cookie in the world. The alfajor started off its life as an Arab delicacy which was brought to Andalucia, Spain, in the 8th century. When the tradition spread to South America, the recipe was modified to suit the different conditions of the region, including its different local ingredients.

Alfajores de chocolate Blanco

Cachafaz Alfajores White Chocolate / Sandwich Cookies with White Chocolate Coated and Dulce de Leche Filling

Argentina is today the worlds largest consumer of the alfajor, possibly the most complex and ancient type of cookie in the world. The alfajor started off its life as an Arab delicacy which was brought to Andalucia, Spain, in the 8th century. When the tradition spread to South America, the recipe was modified to suit the different conditions of the region, including its different local ingredients.

Alfajores Mousse de chocolate

Cachafaz Alfajores Mousse Chocolate / Sandwich Cookies with Dark Chocolate Coated and Mousse chocolate Filling

Argentina is today the worlds largest consumer of the alfajor, possibly the most complex and ancient type of cookie in the world. The alfajor started off its life as an Arab delicacy which was brought to Andalucia, Spain, in the 8th century. When the tradition spread to South America, the recipe was modified to suit the different conditions of the region, including its different local ingredients.

Alfajores Cachafaz Arroz / Rice with Mousse of Dulce de Leche & Chocolate cover

Gluten Free

Alfajor Cachafaz - Rice cookie filled with dulce de leche and covered with chocolate