Caldo de siete mares

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Caldo de siete mares
Caldo de mariscos.jpg
Caldo de mariscos from a restaurant in Austin, Texas
Alternative names Caldo de mariscos
Type Soup
Place of origin Mexico
Main ingredients chicken, tomatoes, fish or seafood broth
Cookbook: Caldo de siete mares  Media: Caldo de siete mares

Caldo de siete mares (in English, "seven seas soup"), also known as caldo de mariscos ("seafood soup") is a Mexican version of fish stew,[1] popular in coastal regions in Mexico.[2] It is typically made with chicken, tomato, fish, or seafood broth with local fresh seafood ingredients and, like other Mexican soups, cooked quickly in a thin broth.[2]

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  1. ^ William A. Orme Jr. (1985-04-14). "On the Road through Baja California". New York Times. 
  2. ^ a b Olivia Wu (2003-01-22). "Grand seafood soups:Dipping into coastal waters yields lusty regional fish soups". San Francisco Chronicle.