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Calzones rotos

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Calzon roto
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Alternative namesCalzon(es) roto(s)
Place of originChile
Main ingredientsFlour, 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".

Related content[edit]

  • Faworki, lituan/polish pastry.
  • Kleina or Klenät, islandish/scandinavian pastry.

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