Mote de queso

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Mote de queso
Place of originColombia

Mote de queso is a Colombian soup dish.[1] It is originally from the country's Atlantic coast and is made with ñame (yam) and Costeño cheese.[2] It is eaten in the Caribbean area of Colombia and is a traditional dish of Corozal, Sucre, Colombia.[3]

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  1. ^ - "La Mulata" Archived 2011-07-08 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ It has few variations in its preparation but it has garlic, coconut milk and white onions. Mote de Queso, Colombian cheese and yam soup My Colombian Recipes
  3. ^ "Colombian Specialities and Dishes - Colombia". Angloinfo. Retrieved 2021-03-18.