Plantain soup

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Plantain soup is eaten in various cuisines. In Colombian cuisine, the dish is known as sopa de patacón (fried plantain).[1] There is also sopa de platanos (plantain soup) in Latin American cuisine[2][3] including Cuban cuisine[4][5][4] and Puerto Rican cuisine.

Caldo de bolas de verde (green plantain dumpling soup) is from coastal Ecuador. The dumplings (balls) are made from green plantains stuffed with meat and vegetables. The beef broth includes corn and yuca.[6]

Aguají is a rustic Dominican plantain soup.[7]

Mohinga is a Burmese soup made with banana/ plantain stem.

Sopa de plátano in Puerto Rico is a vegetarian soup. The soup is flavoured with sofrito, annatto oil, paprika, cumin, coriander seeds, and black pepper. Once all of the ingredients start to boil in vegetable broth, grated plantains are then added. The soup is usually served with pan de agua (Puerto Rican bread similar to French bread), pique criollo, avocado, parmesan cheese, and parsley.

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