Bouillon (soup)

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Type Soup
Place of origin Haiti
Main ingredients Meat, potatoes, plantains, yams, kelp, cabbage, celery
Cookbook:Bouillon  Bouillon
Not to be confused with bouillon (broth) or Bouillon cube.

Bouillon is a Haitian soup traditionally cooked on Saturday.[1] It is made with sliced meat, potatoes, sliced plantains, yam, kelp, cabbage, and celery (other ingredient variations exist), and cooked as a mildly thick soup. It is similar to sancocho served in some neighboring Latin American countries.

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