|Alternative names||Calzon(es) roto(s)|
|Place of origin||Chile|
|Main ingredients||Flour, egg yolks, sugar, margarine or butter or lard, orange skin|
Calzones rotos (translated literally to "broken panties") are chilean pastries of fried dough made with flour, milk, lard, and optionally eggs and/or orange skin. It is a typical winter food, particularly in the southern regions of the country. The shape is very similar to Klenäts, and probably have a similar origin.
The particular Spanish name is popularly believed to originate from the Colony time, when a vendor of the pastries uncovered her ripped panties during a windy day, gaining the nickname of "the lady of the broken panties".
- Faworki, lituan/polish pastry.
- Kleina or Klenät, islandish/scandinavian pastry.
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