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Chaco is a province that speaks through its nature, its native and Creole culture, but also does it through food . The carrero stew is a typical dish of Chaqueño culinary art . The name of the dish has an ancient origin, for its preparation the old black three-legged pots were used. They were made of iron and, to move them, they hung them on the back of the cars and the movement made them sound.
This colonial custom is still valid today, not necessarily with an iron pot, but it does in preparation. To enjoy a carrero stew you will need the following ingredients.
Traditional Chaco culture would recommend making carrero stew in iron pots and serve it in clay dishes. This does not influence the direct taste of the dish, but can enrich the preparation experience.
Publication Date: 27/03/2020
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