Alfajores are arguably the most famous Argentinean dessert, sold worldwide and prepared in most countries in Latin America. The dulce de leche filling is also made throughout the continent, sometimes under different names, such as arequipe and manjar blanco, and varying in consistency from light to rich and heavy. Alfajores can be dipped in melted white or dark chocolate, or dusted with ground peanuts or flaked coconut. Another common variation is to dust the tops with a light layer of confectioners' sugar, but serving them plain allows the flavor of the dulce de leche to shine.
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