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Changua

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January 9, 2018

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Changua is a milk soup with poached eggs. In the central Andes region, it is a poular breakfast soup, especially when its cold outside. Changua is associated with the Boyacá and Cundinamarca departments, including Bogotá. This soup has Muisca origins, and the name changua comes from Chibcha (Muysccubun), a language spoken by the Muisca. Today, this […]
 

Cuchuco de Trigo

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November 8, 2017

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Cuchuco de trigo is a soup made with soaked wheat. Other types of cuchuco are made with corn or barley. Cuchuco the trigo is strongly associated with the altiplano (“high plane”) of Colombia’s Boyacá and Cundinamarca departments, in the Andes region. The name cuchuco comes from the Chibcha (Muysccubun) language, a now nearly extinct language […]
 

Bandeja paisa

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September 11, 2017

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Bandeja paisa is a typical meal in Colombia, especially in the Paisa Region and the department of Antioquia, as well as in the coffee growing Caldas, Quidío and Risaralda. You will also find this dish commonly served up in pars of Valle del Cauca. Bandeja is the Spanish word for platter and paisa refers to […]
 

Pandebono

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July 14, 2017

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Pandebono (or pan de bono) is a popular bread in Colombia, made from cassava starch and corn. Eggs and cheese in the dough makes it a rich and filling bun. Traditionally, pan de bono is consumed while still warm soon after baking – preferably together with a mug of hot chocolate. Pandebono is eaten throughout […]