[Warning: This post is laden with various appetizing photographs!]
I got together last night with a couple of my fellow Scholars for a classic dinner of Chilean goodness.
This entails the staples of Completos and Leche con Platano.
Completos are a jam-packed Chilean version of the average American hot dog. 
Leche con Platano is a typical Chilean dairy beverage fit for your favorite fun-loving primate!
Above you will see just some of the ingredients for a completo: avocados and tomatoes.

  The closest thing to the perfect bun sits atop a stack of wimpy hot dog buns.

 Beef franks! Prepared by my fellow Chilean Scholar.

Three bowls with mashed avocados, diced tomatoes, and sauerkraut.
The avocados have been mashed with some olive oil, salt, and lemon juice.
The diced tomatoes have lemon juice and salt.

Another fellow Scholar adding additional condiments.
"Practice safe eating, always use a condiment."

 A completed Completo! Ready to eat.


After taking this photo, I mentioned putting it on my blog.
Response: "Whoa, I've never been on a blog before."

All gone! In all, I had three. Terrible, yet so good!
However, we did have typical Chilean party music playing...
So I should have managed to burn off at least one of the completos, right?

Until next time, ♥.

caitlin –   – (February 4, 2011 at 11:31 AM)  

i was in chile a few months ago & i had a hotdog con palta! i saw this post & was excited to see something that reminded me of my south american adventures. :)

Honor  – (February 4, 2011 at 12:28 PM)  

Thanks for the warning but now all I want to eat are completos :(

SMASH  – (February 7, 2011 at 1:29 AM)  

hooookkkaaaayy, these completos you speak of look so freakin good! Avocado on a hot dog is a revelation to me! Also, is putting potato chips on a hot dog a South American thing? I remember reading about that and also thinking that sounded good haha ;)


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