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Mote con chicharron
Posted by: HoboSylvain | 2015-02-11 18:49:55 | Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador
Keywords: corn, pork, street food
All over the streets of Quito, you'll see vendors with their baskets like this offering you 'mote con chicharron'. The mote is a variety of boild corn grain. The chicharron in South America is not only the skin of the pig, but some meat/fat attached to it too. These two main ingredients are mixed up with little round potatoes and roasted corn grains. Yes, it's high on carbs, but also high on proteins. A full serving will cost you $1. I paid extra on some occasions to get more meat.



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