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Chicharrón en salsa

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Chicharrón en salsa

Chicharrón en salsa verde (left) accompanying a torta

Chicharrón en salsa is a popular breakfast and dinner dish in Mexico, made of pork rind cooked in a mild spicy sala, seasoned with coriander. It is often accompanied with refried beans and corn tortillas. There are two versions: chicharrón en salsa verde (in green sauce), and chicharrón en salsa roja (in red sauce).


Gironella De'angeli, Alicia. Larousse de la cocina mexicana. (2006). ISBN 9789702216858

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