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   Ingredients :
2.2 lb (1 k) shambar wheat
9 oz (250g) beans
9 oz (250g) dry peas
9 oz (250 g) chickpeas
9 oz (250g) fava beans
9 oz (250g) pork skin, cut in small pieces
9 oz (250g) smoked pork, cut in small pieces
2 – 3 onions, diced
Garlic, minced
Dry Yellow ají (mirasol) paste
2 sprigs of hierbabuena, chopped
Cilantro, chopped


Soak grains in water, overnight. The next day, cook chickpeas and beans and bring to a boil. When they start boiling, drain and change water. Add wheat and peeled fava beans. Add pork´s skin and smoked pork; continue cooking.

In another saucepan heat oil and add chopped onions, and dry yellow aji paste, garlic and oregano. Cook until tender and add to soup.
Season with salt and pepper. Add hierbabuena and cilantro and boil for a few minutes.
Serve with fried maize.
Reviews for: SHAMBAR

From Tampa, Florida, USA :
I had this soup when I travelled to Peru. It tastes so good that I managed to get all the ingredients, in a Latin market. Delicious!
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