sancocho

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From sancocho.

Noun[edit]

sancocho (plural sancochos)

  1. soup cooked with meat and starchy plants (such as roots or plantains) usually ate for lunch.
    • 1998, Jay Solomon, 150 Vegan Favorites: Fresh, Easy, and Incredibly Delicious Recipes You Can Enjoy Every Day, ISBN 0761512438, "West Indian Pumpkin Sancocho":
      Sancocho is the name of a hearty Caribbean stew. This meatless version features potatoes, carrots, and West Indian pumpkin, a huge gourd with a vibrant orange flesh and sweet flavor.
    • 2004, John Manikowski, Fish Grilled & Smoked: 150 Recipes for Cooking Rich, Flavorful Fish on the Backyard Grill, Streamside, Or in a Home Smoker, ISBN 1580175023, page 134:
      Is it bouillabaisse, bourride, burrida, cacciucco, solianka, matelote, sancochos, opera de pescado, or zuppa di pesce?
    • 2005, Rick Eid, "Boys Will Be Boys", Law & Order: Trial By Jury, ISBN 1-4170-8032-9, 0:38:04:
      And Orlando is sipping beer and eating sancocho at his favorite café.

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From sancochar.

Noun[edit]

sancocho m (plural sancochos)

  1. sancocho.

Verb[edit]

sancocho

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of sancochar.