#history The origin of hallaca dates back to the 15th century and was created by indigenous servants, who collected leftovers of food and prepared a dish that served as extra food to their usual meals There is another version that when the Camino Real was being built by the Indians. The latter ate corn buns and asked Caracas families to donate leftover food to the indigenous people, so that they could add it to their meals.

In this way, the dish that is served every year on Venezuelan tables during the Christmas season originated.

The Hallaca