This cachopo recipe is one of the most typical dishes of Asturias. It competes with other delicious dishes of this autonomous community like las fabes (bean stew) or arroz con leche (rice with milk). Restaurants fight to make the biggest and most original version of cachopo, since there is nothing written about the filling. That is why amongst the fillings we can find beef, peppers, mushrooms, asparagus, cecina (dried meat)… Size matters, and very much, in this dish. In fact, one cachopo can be eaten between two, three, or up to four people. Today we are going to prepare a delicious cachopo in which, as we have said, you can include other food if you like. The important thing is that it is well crusty on the outside and juicy on the inside. Shall we begin?