I added some salt and mixed it with the flour and water until it became soft and doughy. Then I knead the dough until all the ingredients were uniform and the dough did look good enough. I shaped the dough into a ball and let it rest for approximately five minutes. I have added pepper as well as some salt in my recipe. I then heated the flat griddle that I have and use for such purposes, I put a little bit of oil on it so that my arepa will have a little bit of a crust once it is put in the oven. I pre-heated the oven to four hundred degrees. Well the end result was not what I expected. My arepas were hard and uncooked on the inside. Will you help me make the venezuelan cuisine influenced arepas the correct way?
Will you help me make the venezuelan cuisine influenced arepas the correct way?
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