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|Place of origin||Venezuela|
|Main ingredients||Chicken broth, potatoes, carrots, eggs|
|Cookbook: Pisca Andina Media: Pisca Andina|
Pisca Andina is a light chicken broth, mixed with diced potatoes, carrots, eggs, ground pepper and other ingredients, sometimes including milk or cheese. It is part of traditional breakfasts in the Venezuelan Andes. Chicken, potatoes and eggs are common ingredients in the mountains, and soups are a welcome source of warmth during the cold evenings and nights.
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