Citizens, one of the great pleasures in gastronomy for your beloved and glorious leader is indulging in a sandwich of character, savor and pedigree.
The chivito fits this bill on every level!
The chivito is a sandwich-style national dish of Uruguay, and consists primarily of a thin slice of filet mignon (churrasco beef), with mozzarella, tomatoes, mayonnaise, black or green olives, and commonly also bacon, fried or hard-boiled eggs and ham.
It is served in a bun, often with a side of French fries. Other ingredients might be added into the sandwich such as red beets, peas, grilled or pan-fried red peppers, and slices of cucumber.
FYI – the word Chivito literally means “little goat” or “baby goat”.
The Chivito came to be born in Punta del Este, Uruguay, at a restaurant called “El Mejillón Bar” in 1946, when a patron from Argentina ordered baby goat meat (“chivito”).
She was looking for a quick meal, and since the restaurant owner, Antonio Carbonaro, did not have this specialty, he served her toasted bread with ham and sliced filet mignon, seasoning it with different ingredients.
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