The marraqueta (also called pan frances [french bread] and pan batido[kneaded bread]) is a South American bread made with flour, salt, water and leavening. It is mostly eaten in Bolivia, Chile and Peru, but can also be found in Argentina and Uruguay. In Chile, marraquetas make up 65% of all the bread sold.
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