Indio viejo
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Indio viejo ("old Indian") is a type of stew popular in Nicaragua​. It is usually made from shredded corn and beef. The dish is traditional to Nicaragua and one of the most established.​[1]​[2]​[3]​[4] It is similar to a porridge​.​[5] It dates at least to the colonial era and a mortar was used to prepare the dish.[6]
  1. ^ Raquel Roque (4 September 2013).
    Cocina Latina: El sabor del mundo latino. Penguin Publishing Group. pp. 357–. ISBN 978-1-101-55290-2​.
  2. ^ Enrique Peña Hernández (1968).
    Folklore de Nicaragua​. Editorial Unión. p. 193.
  3. ^ "Indio viejo | Traditional Stew From Nicaragua | TasteAtlas"​.​.
  4. ^ "Indio Viejo Recipe". March 17, 2016.
  5. ^ Behnke, Alison; Chacon, Griselda Aracely (January 1, 2005).
    Cooking the Central American Way. Lerner Publications. ISBN 9780822512363 – via Google Books.
  6. ^ Roque, Raquel (September 4, 2013).
    Cocina Latina: El sabor del mundo latino. Penguin. ISBN 9781101552902 – via Google Books.

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