Chairo

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Chairo
Type Stew
Place of origin Bolivia, northern Chile
Creator Aymara people
Serving temperature Hot
Main ingredients Chuños, onions, carrots, potatoes, white corn, beef and wheat kernels
Cookbook: Chairo  Media: Chairo

Chairo is a traditional dish of the Aymara people, consumed mainly in Bolivia and other countries in the Andes.[1]

It is a stew made of vegetables and beef.[2] It is made of chuño (potato starch), onions, carrots, potatoes, white corn, beef and wheat kernels. It also contains herbs such as coriander and spices. It is native to the region of La Paz.

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  1. ^ [1] Las huellas de la cocina Chilena], Cocnarte Chile Blog, 15 March 2008, retrieved 4 October 2013
  2. ^ Chairo paceno; a taste of La Paz], Food Sovereignty Tours, retrieved October 04, 2013