by: itisclaudio, created: 28 Dec 2016, updated: 28 Dec 2016 Personal: Only owner can add dishes

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1. Fricase

Spicy Pork Meat Stew

(Bolivian)

Fricassee (free-ca-ze) is typical dish from LaPaz-Bolivia. Bolivian culture dishes are usually spicy and contain vegetables common to the countries agriculture. Fricassee is a soup that everyone eats regardless of class or ...

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2. Ajiaco

(Chilean)

This restorative stew, so brothy that it's almost a soup, is enjoyed in small towns throughout Chile—where it is often served on Mondays as a means of using up leftovers from the ...

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3. Pastel

(Brazilean)

Pastel is a popular finger food found across Brazil, from upscale beachside botecas to fry daddies mounted in makeshift VW Kombi kitchens. This recipe for the dough can be made days in ...

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4. Pho

(Vietnamese)

Vietnamese noodle soup consisting of broth, linguine-shaped rice noodles called bánh ph?, a few herbs, and meat. Pho is a popular street food in Vietnam and the specialty of a number of ...

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5. Revuelto Gramajo

(Argentine)

Revuelto Gramajo can be ordered in practically every Argentinian restaurant or bodega and is highly effective. No soup but a solid greasy meal with eggs, ham and potatoes.

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6. Tortilla Soup

(Mexican)

Tortilla soup is a traditional Mexican soup made of fried corn tortilla pieces, submerged into a broth of tomato, garlic, onion, and chile de árbol and epazote. Wikipedia

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7. Haejangguk

Hangover soup, sulguk

(Korean)

It refers to all kinds of guk or soup eaten as a hangover cure in Korean cuisine. It means "soup to chase a hangover" and is also called sulguk. It usually consists ...

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8. Shkembe Chorba

(Bulgarian)

The literal English translation is tripe soup - tripe is the thick lining of the stomach of cattle... Seasoned with garlic, vinegar, and hot red pepper, it will surprise you with its ...

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