figleaf gourd, pumpkin, beans, corn
Fanesca is a soup traditionally prepared and eaten by households and communities in Ecuador during Holy Week.
The components of fanesca and its method of preparation vary regionally, or even from one family to another. It is typically prepared and served only in the week before Easter (Holy Week). It is a rich soup, with the primary ingredients being figleaf gourd (sambo), pumpkin (zapallo), and twelve different kinds of beans and grains including chochos (lupines), habas (fava beans), lentils, peas, …
Created Oct. 13, 2015 by: foodmaster
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