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SABOREANDO A COLOMBIA: MONDONGO COLOMBIANO

MONDONGO COLOMBIANO

El mondongo , sancocho de mondongo o sopa de mondongo es una sopa típica de la cocina colombiana, preparada básicamente con panza de...

RECETAS DE COMIDA COLOMBIANA: CALDO DE PAJARILLA

CALDO DE PAJARILLA

INGREDIENTES Ingredientes para 8 platos 12 tazas de agua ½ de libra de hígado picado ½ de libra de riñón limpio y picado ½ de libra d...

AVENA DRINK (AVENA COLOMBIANA)

Avena Colombiana (Otmeal Drink)

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This post is also available in Spanish Avena means oats in English and it’s a traditional Colombian drink that is rich, creamy and delicious. It is my mom’s favorite Colombian drink that is great with breakfast or you could serve it at any time of the day. Happy Mother’s Day to all of the wonderful […]

Sachas Cafe | Latin Restaurant Greenville SC, Colombian Food.   Need to visit

Sachas Cafe

Sachas Cafe Latin Restaurant offers variety of latin food in Greenville South Carolina. Colombian Restaurant Greenville SC

Marranitas

Marranitas o Puerquitas ( Green Plantain Balls Stuffed With Pork Belly)

Marranitas or Puerquitas are a popular appetizer from the Pacific zone of Colombia. Just because we call them appetizers, doesn't mean you can only serve them

Humitas or Steamed Fresh Corn Cakes |  Humitas are made from fresh corn, which is ground with other ingredients and then stuffedin a fresh corn husk and steamed.In Ecuador humitas are very popular in the Sierra or Highland region, especially in cities like Loja, Cuenca or Quito, and they are typically eaten for breakfast or with the afternoon coffee. | From: laylita.com

Humitas or steamed fresh corn cakes / Fresh corn tamales

Humitas are savory steamed fresh corn cakes made from a mixture of freshly ground corn, onion, garlic, cheese, eggs, and cream, which is placed inside corn husks and steamed.

Tamales de Pipían (Pipían Tamales) | Tamales de Pipían are the smallest of the various tamales and are filled with a potato-peanut mixture and pork, and served with ají de maní, a Colombian peanut hot sauce. Tamales de Pipían are a wonderful traditional Colombian dish. Buen provecho! | From: mycolumbianrecipes.com

Tamales de Pipían (Pipían Tamales)

Tamales de Pipían are a staple in del Cauca region in Colombia. There are different variation of tamales for every region of the country. Here are two additional types of tamales: Tamales Antioqueños and Tamales Tolimenses. Tamales de Pipían are the smallest of the various tamales and are filled with a potato-peanut mixture and pork, […]

Colombian Food: Arroz Antioqueno

Antioqueño Rice (Arroz Antioqueño)

This is a delicious rice dish from my hometown of Antioquia that includes all of the traditional ingredients from that region of the country… beans, chorizo, corn, avocado and plantains. If you don’t live in the country where you were born and raised, one of the things that can really bring you back home are […]