Chismol

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Chimol is a common Central America topping on foods such as carne asada.

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Chismol is made of tomato, onion, bell pepper, and/or radish. It is seasoned with vinegar, lime juice, salt, black pepper or cumin. Modifications to the recipe exist depending on different regions of Central America.

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