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|Place of origin||Bolivia, Chile, and Peru|
|Main ingredients||Sugar, honey; usually zest of orange|
Chancaca is a typical Peruvian, Bolivian, and Chilean sweet sauce made of raw unrefined sugar crystallized with honey. It is often flavored with orange peel and is consumed on sopaipillas or picarones.
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