Although the most traditional Chilean dish is probably empanadas, more popular and more widely available are chacareros, a type of sandwich that Chileans eat for breakfast, lunch, or any other time they feel a bit peckish. Chileans buy these sandwiches – the most famous ones are the chacarero, the barros luco (meat and cheese) and the barros jarpa (ham and cheese) – in schoperías, little corner restaurants. They use 'French' bread for these, often in the form of buns, but you can use baguettes, hamburger buns or similar. As for most South American recipes, the important ingredient is the meat - everything else is decoration, mostly.
What you will need
1 decent-sized sirloin steak, cut horizontally into shin slices, salted and peppered
2 big tomatoes, sliced
50 grams grean beans, cooked and sliced
1 avocado, mashed, salted and peppered
50 grams sliced cheddar, or similar