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Yummy Venezuelan Food Adventure at Peter’s Panas!

Hey there, food adventurers! Today, we’re going on a tasty journey to Peter’s Panas, where they serve the most delicious Venezuelan food. It’s like a flavor fiesta in your mouth!

Arepas - A Corny Delight

Arepas are like magic corn pockets. They’re crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Here’s how you can make your own mini arepas:


• 1 cup of cornmeal (Harina PAN)

• 1 cup of water

• A pinch of salt

• A bit of oil for cooking


1. Mix the cornmeal, water, and salt in a bowl.

2. Shape the mixture into small round patties.

3. Cook them in a pan with a little oil until they’re golden brown.

Cachapas - Sweet and Savory Pancakes

Cachapas are like pancakes but with a twist. They’re made from fresh corn, which makes them super sweet and yummy. Let’s make some mini cachapas:


• 2 fresh corn cobs (or canned corn)

• 2 tablespoons of sugar

• A pinch of salt

• Butter for cooking


1. Blend the corn, sugar, and salt until it’s all mixed up.

2. Heat some butter in a pan.

3. Pour the corn mix in and cook until it’s golden.

Tequeños - Cheesy Delights

Tequeños are like cheese sticks wrapped in love. They’re crispy on the outside and cheesy on the inside. Here’s how you can make mini tequeños:


• 1 pack of store-bought empanada dough (or puff pastry)

• Cheese sticks (cut into small pieces)

• Oil for frying


  1. Cut the dough into small strips.

  2. Wrap each cheese stick piece

  3. Heat some oil in a pan or use an air fryer.

  4. Fry or air-fry the tequeños until they're golden and crispy.

Pabellon Rice Bowls - A Hearty Meal

Pabellon rice bowls are like a big, comforting hug made of rice, beans, meat, and plantains. Here's a simple version:


- Cooked rice

- Black beans (canned or cooked)

- Ground beef or shredded chicken

- Ripe plantains (sliced and fried)

- Salt and pepper to taste


1. Put a scoop of rice in a bowl.

2. Add some beans on top.

3. Next, add a spoonful of cooked ground beef or shredded chicken.

4. Finally, add some fried plantain slices on the side.

The Food Faceoff - Which One's Your Favorite?

Now, you've got four amazing Venezuelan dishes to try! Arepas, cachapas, tequeños, and pabellon rice bowls. Which one will be your favorite?

Don't forget, you can order these delicious treats from Peter's Panas, and they'll make sure you get the tastiest Venezuelan food in London.

So, gather your family, try these recipes, or visit Peter's Panas, and have a food adventure you'll never forget!

Now, let's compare and contrast these four scrumptious Venezuelan dishes, all of which you can savor at Peter's Panas across various London locations:

1. Arepas: These round corn pockets are like a hug for your taste buds. They come in different flavors, from cheese to beef. Arepas are the perfect handheld snack, ideal for munching while on the go. Order:

2. Cachapas: Cachapas are like sweet, savory pancakes made from fresh corn. They're often stuffed with gooey cheese and folded into a delightful package. It's like having dessert and dinner together! Find them at Peter's Panas in Woolwich Market (

3. Tequeños: These are crispy, cheesy sticks that are simply irresistible. You can order them in batches of 18 or 36 pieces to share with friends or enjoy as a snack. Check them out [here](

4. Pabellon Rice Bowls: A hearty meal that's a complete package - rice, beans, meat, and plantains. It's comfort food at its finest. You can taste this amazing dish at Peter's Panas in Charlton (

Now, the choice is yours! Are you in the mood for the handiness of arepas, the sweetness of cachapas, the crunchiness of tequeños, or the heartiness of pabellon rice bowls?

Whatever you decide, Peter's Panas has got you covered.

You can visit Peter's Panas at various locations like Woolwich, Charlton, Greenwich Peninsula, and Gallions Reach, and enjoy these mouthwatering Venezuelan treats. So, what are you waiting for? Head to Peter's Panas for a delicious food adventure!