Sancocho is known around Latin America as a comforting, traditional soup that can be eaten day or night. With hundreds of recipes and variations, the dish takes many forms, but in essence it consists of a flavorful broth, meats, and root vegetables. Across the many regions of Colombia, cooks take influence from their unique histories and make sancocho with indigenous ingredients like catfish, pigeon peas, cassava, and much more.
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