Caldo de corroncho
Caldo de pez de agua dulce (freshwater fish broth)
Is the land of gratitude, for its abundance of food and products, where the preparation of each dish becomes an ancient ritual of the local communities.
The region Located in the South of the Amazon, its capital is Zamora, land of birds and waterfalls. This region is part of the Podocarpus national park, declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO along with other protected areas in this zone.
Weather The average temperature is 24° c with relative humidity of 86%.
Caldo nutritivo de origen prehispánico. Una de las preparaciones consiste en condimentar el pescado y hervirlo hasta que se concentre su sabor, luego se añade maní y huevo; se sirve con yuca o plátano verde.
The corroncho is a fish that lives in rivers of fresh water especially in areas of increased flow, as the bombuscaro. The men fish it manually since they are attached to rocks, in the afternoon when the sun sets.
Its history goes back to the Shuar communities, they used to prepare it for festivities and rituals, it can be tasted in Zamora and Yantzaza, El Pangui Nangaritza.
Caldo de pescado de agua dulce (Freshwater fish broth), served with cassava, banana or plaintains.
Licor Siete Pingas This liqueur is made with seven ingredients, bull nerves, beef calf, tropical fruits, aromatic herbs and a secret ingredient with cane liquor.
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