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10 Best Vegetarian Colombian Food

Arepas: These thick, savory corn cakes are a staple of Colombian cuisine and can be enjoyed with a variety of fillings such as cheese, avocado, beans, or eggs.

Patacones: Fried green plantains that are flattened and fried again, patacones are crispy and delicious. They are often served as a side dish or appetizer and can be enjoyed.

Bandeja Paisa (Vegetarian version): While traditionally a meat-heavy dish, a vegetarian version of Bandeja Paisa can be made by substituting the meat with additional servings of rice, beans.

Sancocho de Habichuelas: This hearty bean stew is made with red kidney beans, potatoes, yuca (cassava), plantains, corn, and other vegetables, flavored with herbs and spices.

Pandebonos: These cheesy bread rolls are made with yuca flour, cheese, eggs, and butter. They are soft, chewy, and have a delightful cheesy flavor.

Empanadas de Pipian: These are Colombian-style empanadas filled with a mixture of mashed potatoes and peanuts (pipian), seasoned with onions, garlic, and spices.

Ajiaco Bogotano: While traditionally made with chicken, a vegetarian version of this hearty soup can be made by omitting the meat and adding extra vegetables such as corn, potatoes, and capers.

Arroz con Coco y Pasas: This is a Colombian-style coconut rice dish flavored with raisins and sometimes shredded coconut.

Papas Chorreadas: This dish features boiled potatoes served with a creamy tomato and cheese sauce made with onions, garlic, and Colombian cheese.

Buñuelos: These are deep-fried cheese fritters made with a dough of corn flour, cheese, and eggs. They are crispy on the outside and soft and cheesy on the inside.


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