Mondongo (tripe soup, menudo). This tripe soup is usually sold on weekends in small mom-and-pop kitchens called "Fondas", or in restaurants that specialize in Typical Mexican antojitos. The tripe soup is called different names depending on the region. It is known as "pancita", Mondongo, or Menudo.
Although in my opinion of little esteem it resembles a smooth mass of rotini-shaped viscera in form. Mondongo is made from diced tripe (the stomach of a cow or pig) slow-cooked with vegetables such as bell peppers, onions, carrots, cabbage, celery, tomatoes. Mondongo Colombiano, which is pork, tripe and chorizo soup, is served in every traditional Colombian restaurant. You can have Mondongo (tripe soup, menudo) using 13 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Mondongo (tripe soup, menudo)
- You need 3 lb of tripe.
- It’s 6 clove of garlic.
- It’s 4 of cilantro with sticks.
- Prepare 5 of bay leaf.
- Prepare 1 of adobo.
- Prepare 1 of garlic powder.
- Prepare 1 of sofrito.
- You need 1 of green olives.
- It’s 1 of corn on cob.
- You need 2 of potatoes.
- Prepare 1 of casava (yuca).
- It’s 3 lb of pig feet.
- Prepare 2 envelope of sazon con achote.
Sopa de Mondongo Recipe (Latin American tripe and vegetable soup). This simple, nourishing stew of tripe and vegetables is found in innumerable variations throughout Latin America. Tripe soup is a common and traditional dish in my country. Everyone has a unique way of making it, here is my way.
Mondongo (tripe soup, menudo) step by step
- Wash your tripe n pig feet.
- Put to boil in big pot. I like mine al dente you can cook as tender as you like. Cut bite size when almost done put back in pot.
- Throw adobo n garlic to taste.and 2 tablespoon of sofrito 5 bay leaf.
- 4 leaf cilantro. 6 garlic. mash them. 8-10 small green olives cut 2 potatoes put in..
- Put casava, corn on the cob cut in slices. I put malanga coco.
It is delicious that's for sure, just ask my daughter by Diana. You heard me, it's the stomach lining of cows chopped up and throw in a broth for our consumption. I can still be a picky eater at times, and even though I added all the accompaniments to lessen the tripe-flavored goodness, I still couldn't stomach it (pun intended). Sopa de mondongo. (Sopi mondongo, Menudo, Mondongo, Pancita, Guatita, Mocotó, ) Sopa de mondongo is a term that is widely used all across Central and South America when referring to a hearty tripe and vegetable soup. In Mexican cuisine, Menudo, also known as pancita ([little] gut or [little] stomach, from Spanish: Panza; "Gut/Stomach") or mole de panza ("stomach sauce"), is a traditional Mexican soup.