Sudado de “Pollo” (Colombian Stew)

Growing up I was fortunate enough to always have a home-cooked meal every night. My mom learned the basics from her grandmother and my sister and I have learned from her. One of those basic, traditional Colombian meals that I absolutely love is the Sudado de Pollo, or Chicken Stew. Every sudado is different because different families create their own versions. My family’s recipe includes: chicken, yuca, corn on the cob, white rice, and patacones, or fried green banana plantains. Of course I’ve had to make a few changes here and there to the original recipe to make it vegan, but if I may say so myself, it turned out pretty damn good!

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