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Definitely a crowd pleaser! These empanadas are so popular that buying three packages at a time and automatically saving 15% should be the only way to go about it.
Easily reheat them in a conventional oven or toaster oven, microwave or even an air fryer directly from frozen. For the ultimate party platter, serve with a variety of sauces like chimichurri or aioli, along with fresh cut veggies and preserves.
Our chicken empanadas are deliciously creamy and tender. The red bell pepper and onion add a great balance, and the rosemary, thyme, and lemon add a perfect bright note at the end.
We currently offer a Saturday Home-Delivery service for a $5 flat-fee rate. You can verify if we serve your zip code before placing a product in the cart.
Order cutoff is Friday at 12AM and orders placed past the cutoff are automatically moved to Saturday the following week.
We are working hard to find shipping options that will allow us to ship our frozen empanadas safely and affordably. We are appreciate your patience as we research ways to continue growing and bringing our food to more people beyond the Twin Cities!
We craft our dough and fillings specifically to allow you to cook our empanadas in a variety of ways while still getting great texture and flavor. Pro tip: you don’t even need to thaw them before cooking them!
Oven Baking Instructions
For the best experience, we recommend baking these in a conventional oven, previously preheated at 350 °F, for 20-30 minutes. This method can be replicated in a toaster oven too.
Air Fryer Instructions
Raise your hand if you are an air fryer lover! Yes, we gave our empanadas a try in an air fryer and found that 20 minutes at the lowest setting (ours went down to 170 °F) did the trick.
Who would ever want to turn their oven on in the middle of summer?! Avoid heating up your house and bring the party outside. Wrap the empanadas in aluminum foil and grill them for 20-30 minutes. You can open up the foil for a few minutes before serving them to crisp them up a bit.
What other ways have you found worked for you? Leave a review and tell us about your experience.