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|Alternative names||Tapado Costeño|
|Place of origin||Belize, Guatemala, Honduras|
|Associated national cuisine||Belizean cuisine, Caribbean cuisine, Guatemalan cuisine, Honduran cuisine|
|Main ingredients||Seafood, including: whitefish, crab, scallop, shrimp and prawn as food, and others; coconut milk, plantain; vegetables as sofrito.|
Tapado is a seafood soup served in Central American countries such as Guatemala and Honduras. It uses coconut milk and seafood as well as plantains. Within these countries, tapado is associated with the Garifuna community.
- "Tapado Costeño: Honduran Seafood and Coconut Milk Soup". Hispanic Kitchen. Retrieved 2018-10-24.
- Rose, Natalie (2012-11-03). "Coconut milk and boat-fresh seafood creates a Río Dulce specialty and the garífuna's most beloved dish". Revue Magazine. Revue Magazine. Retrieved 24 October 2018.