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What are the AREPAS ingredients?

AREPAS are made with white maize, Canola oil, Salt and preservatives.

 

Are AREPAS gluten free?

Yes, AREPAS are made with maize a gluten-free grain. It is used to make corn flour, corn starch, grits, hominy, and polenta, all of which are gluten-free. Maize does not contain the protein harmful to those who have celiac disease.

 

Are AREPAS dairy free?

Yes, does not contain any dairy product such butter, and milk and neither eggs.

 

Are AREPAS vegan?

Yes, AREPAS doesn't contain any product derived from animals.

 

Should AREPAS be refrigerated or frozen?

Yes, AREPAS should be refrigerated and best when consumed within 10 to 15 days. Or if you prefer, AREPAS can be frozen upon arrival so that you can enjoy them one at a time.

 

What can I eat AREPAS with?

AREPAS are very versatile and can be a meal for breakfast, lunch or dinner. They can be served as appetiser, snacks or side dishes but can also make a full and satisfying meal. These delicious corn cakes can prepare with different types of filling. You can stick to the classic ones, or you can create your own based on our recipes page.

 

How to cook AREPAS?

  • AREPAS can be cooked in the toaster one or twice depending on how toasty would you like.
  • Frying in a pan with a little oil.
  • Cook in the oven for  7 to 15 minutes or
  • Just in the BBQ. 

Where can I try AREPAS?

AREPAS can be found at WOOP, Simes Kitchen in Kaikora

Where can I buy AREPAS?

Currently, AREPAS can be purchased from:

Auckland

  • Queen Mart City               - 10-14 Lorne Street, Auckland CBD
  • Pure Convenience            - 208 Hobson Street, Auckland CBD
  • Panorama dairy                 - 44 Panorama Road, Mt Wellington
  • Supa Value Supermarket  - 112N Dawson Road, Clover Park
  •  La Pachamama                - 179A Archers road, Glenfield
  • Abaj Superette                   - 5B/44 Silverdale street, Silverdale

Hamilton

Palmerston North

  • 200B Albert Street, Palmerston North 4410

South Island

Christchurch

Invercargill

Online

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