An Arepa [aˈɾepa] is a dish made of ground corn dough or cooked corn flour, very prominent in the cuisine of Venezuela.
The Arepa is flat, round, unleavened patty which can be grilled, baked, boiled, or fried, steamed, etc. The characteristics vary by color, flavor, size, and the food with which it may be stuffed, depending on the region.
The tribes called "erepa", elaborated rounded imitating the Sun God, paying tribute as a divine food, is a native sort of bread and it's part of the history that enriched the country.
Savor an Arepa in any of its forms and fillings, it’s like testing the traditions and history of Venezuela.