Pisca Andina

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Pisca Andina
Type Soup
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,[1] carrots, eggs,[1] ground pepper and other ingredients, sometimes including milk[1] or cheese.[2] 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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