Ecuador Travel
Pacific coast

Pacific coast

Forests, mangroves, and beaches, are part of this region where you get a wide variety of land and sea products such as: the banana, cocoa, shrimp and tuna; which is coupled with the culinary traditions of their people to create the richest and diverse gastronomy in the country.

Tigrillo

Plato de origen criollo, preparado con plátano verde majado (cocinado y aplastado) mezclado con huevo y queso, también se puede agregar chicharrón. Su historia proviene de los antepasados zarumeños, quienes…

Encocao

Dish of Creole origin. It is a stew with coconut milk, fish or other type of seafood; onion, pepper and fried garlic; then add coconut milk, boiled, then the fish…

Encebollado

Of contemporary origin, It is a hot soup with albacore, cassava, onion, and cilantro. It is served accompanied by chifles (fried plantains) and in some places with white rice and…

Encanutado de Bocachico

Dish of pre-Hispanic origin. It is a fish stew made in a soft or semi-hard cane; the “bocachico” is placed in a guadua cane (type of bamboo cane) seasoned with…

Viche

From Pre-Hispanic origin. It is prepared with fried onions, peppers and garlic; then you add hot water and pumpkin (cut into cubes), beans, grated plantain balls and peanut paste dissolved…

Seco de Chivo

From Creole origin. It is a stew with goat or sheep meat; pieces of meat are browned in a sauce of fried vegetables called refrito, then ferment liquid is incorporated…

Barbecue

The barbecue is a dish of contemporary origin. Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas is one of the leading producers of beef in the country, due to its climatic characteristics; its…

This website uses cookies

We use cookies to customize ads and to analyze our traffic. We also share information about your use of our site with our analytics partners that may combine it with other information that you have provided to them or that they have collected from your use of their services.