Tequeños, or cheese fingers, are a popular meal in Venezuela and Colombia, normally used as hors d'oeuvres at parties and meetings, as breakfast, as a fast food or as a snack. It consists of a dough of fried wheat flour, filled with white cheese.
The origin of this recipe as well as its Tequeño denomination is not defined with historical certainty. In Venezuela there are three hypotheses, the most known and widespread is that they originate from the city of Los Teques on which two theories are derived quite similar to each other. Its possible Zulian and Caracas origins are also considered. But without a doubt, due to the historical context and the infinity of authors who manifest in their doctrinal works, the Tequeños are one of the most emblematic gastronomic ambassadors of Venezuela. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator
Packaging: 12 Tequeños. Puff pastry flour