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An alfajor—a biscuit sandwich with a sweet filling and different types of covering—your parents and your grandparents might have eaten, Jorgito is as real a treat as it gets. Not overly complicated or fancy, this snack is covered in fine dark chocolate with a crumbly, sponge-cake like cover, with milk confiture/dulce de leche in between. Chocolate, sponge cake and caramel: the right type of alfajor if you know your way around Argentine treats.
Alfajor jorgito de dulce de leche, cubierto con baño de repostería. Industria Argentina.
What is an Alfajor? Alfajores are sweet snacks made by stacking two or sometimes more round cookies with different sweet fillings between them. The filling is usually dulce de leche, although there are a lot of variations. They can be covered with powder sugar (the traditional ones), glazed sugar (Santafesinos or "de nieve"), grated coconut or chocolate. Argentina is today the world's largest consumer of alfajores, both in total numbers and in per capita calculations, being the most common snack for schoolchildren and adults.