Sancocho is the National dish of Panama and probably the most popular soup (virtually a stew) in Central America.
It originates from the Azuero peninsula, and is made with chicken, vegetables, tomatoes, coriander, ñame and Yuca. Like many Latin America dishes, it can vary slightly from region to region.
Panamanian chefs make this national dish their own by tossing in extra ingredients such as rice, mazorca (corn on the cob), carrots, green chiles, plantains, and otoe.
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