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Vegan Ajiaco (Colombian Soup)

By: Melissa Huggins from
Vegan Ajiaco (Colombian Soup)
Vegan Ajiaco Colombian Soup

"Ajiaco is a satisfying, one-pot meal, served with an array of mouth-watering fixin’s that’ll make your taste buds dance! If you haven’t heard of Ajiaco before, you’re in for a whole new flavorful experience. You’ve gotta trust me on this one, guys…it’s really worth making! Traditional Ajiaco is made up of three types of Andean-grown potatoes, which provides the thick, creamy, and buttery texture that the soup has. The potatoes are cooked until they are almost completely broken down to provide a stew-like consistency. It’s typically made with corn on the cob, chicken and a unique-flavored herb called, guascas. This herb is the star of the show, and it’s necessary to give this soup its one-of-a-kind flavor. My favorite part of Ajiaco, is all the fixin’s that accompany it. It’s served with avocado, Aji (Colombian salsa), capers and a table cream (similar to sour cream). Each topping adds another layer of flavor to this already flavorsome meal. I highly recommend all of them for the full Ajiaco experience."

Serves8 People

Preparation Time20 min

Cooking Time40 min

Cooking Vessel SizeLarge Soup Pot

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