4 Reviews

This recipe is missing a lot of the original ingredients from Colombia such as criolla potatoes, guascas, red potatoes, etc... And the original recipe does not call for yucon root!!!!

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Labe82 July 17, 2013

this is AWESOME! i have never had it before. and was thinking for its simplicity it would be plain, as i love spice. but it isnt. perfect for my non spice liking 7 year old too! thanks!

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Gracielagata May 19, 2010

My dad grew up in Colombia and when we were growing up he used to make this every New Year's Eve. I made this this weekend, and it was just as I remember it! Thanks for sharing.

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AllergyGirl May 12, 2010

Thank you for posting an authentic recipe! Years ago, I lived in Popayan for a summer and to this day it was one of the best times of my life. I'm still addicted to the food and I'm so delighted to find a real Colombian recipe. There are very few on here. I'll be trying all of yours at some time or another. This is delicious and re-heats with no problems. Cilantro is a must but I left out the capers b/c I don't like them. Please post more recipes :)

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jrusk October 09, 2009
Ajiaco Bogotano (Chicken and Potato Soup, Bogota Style)