Sancocho (Latin Beef Stew)

Sancocho is a Latin American stew that is usually served at special occasions, holidays and weekends. While each country has its own take, the recipe typically consists of hearty meats and tropical vegetables like yuca and plantains, simmered in a savory, seasoned stock. Smo... Sancocho is a Latin American stew that is usually served at special occasions, holidays and weekends. While each country has its own take, the recipe typically consists of hearty meats and tropical vegetables like yuca and plantains, simmered in a savory, seasoned stock. Smoked paprika and ham hocks give it a distinctive smoky flavor. Read More Read Less
30m
PREP TIME
4hr
COOK TIME
492
CALORIES
17
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