|Alternative names||Bouyon wara|
|Place of origin||French Guiana|
|Region or state||Guiana|
|Main ingredients||Awara dough, smoked fish, smoked chicken, corned beef, shrimp, cod, bacon, spinach, chilli pepper, cabbage, cucumber, green bean, eggplant|
Awara broth (Bouillon d'awara in French and Bouyon wara in Guianan Creole) is a typical Guianan Creole stew, made up of many ingredients that are combined with the pulp of the fruit of Awara tree, reduced at length beforehand in a pot. The stew can include salt ham, bacon, salt beef, pork snout, salt cod, smoked fish, fresh seafood like crabs and prawns, roast chicken and vegetables like cabbage, spinach, eggplant and chile peppers.
A proverb says : "If you eat the broth of awara ... to Guiana you'll come back ..."
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