Caldo tlalpeño

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Caldo tlalpeño
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CourseSoup
Place of originMexico
Main ingredientsChicken meat, chickpeas, carrots, green beans, chicken broth

Caldo tlalpeño, is a traditional dish from Mexico which contains chicken meat, and chickpeas, carrots, and green beans, submerged in a chicken broth with garlic and onion, seasoned with epazote and chipotle chili.[1] It is served with avocado slices and diced cheese, and accompanied with lime. The original recipe does not contain rice.

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  1. ^ Larousse de la cocina mexicana. Retrieved 29 November 2014.