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Monguí

Beauty of Boyaca

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What to eat in Monguí

Baked goods such as crullers and pandeyucas; mute, a broth made ​​from corn; and changua, which is made with milk, eggs, cilantro and onions, are some delicacies of the boyacense kitchen.

 

 

MUST-TRY ITEMS

The genoa, a sausage made ​​with pork, and rainbow trout are typical Monguí dishes where you can also enjoy corn arepas and a variety of cheeses.

 

 

  • Mondongo

    Photo by: Rudolf © Intermedio Editores SAS.

    This soup’s main ingredients are pork, and chicken and is topped with cassava and cilantro.

    Mondongo
    Spanish heritage
  • Tiny mazamorra

    Photo by: Rudolf © Intermedio Editores SAS.

    Beef Rib, green onions, peas, beans and carrots are some ingredients of Tiny mazamorra porridge, a popular soup.

    Tiny mazamorra
    It has almost everything
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    Changua is a broth that contains eggs, milk, cilantro, and onions. Rice is often added.

    Changua
    A traditional egg-based broth
  • Ajiaco

    Photo by: ProColombia

     

    Ajiaco is a soup made from Creole, Pasto, and savannah potatoes to which guascas (an herb), cob, and chicken, among other ingredients, are added.

    Ajiaco
    A traditional potato soup

WHERE TO EAT?

Visitors to Monguí will find several restaurants that primarily serve typical food of Boyaca. In some places you can eat international dishes.