Mancha Pecho

Manchapecho, Carapulca con Sopa Seca (Peruvian)

potatoes, noodles

Mancha pecho is a combination of two Peruvian dishes: Carapulca and Sopa Seca. People eating these noodles often stain their shirts with the sauce hence the nickname “stained chest”.

Modified July 2, 2020

Created July 2, 2020 by: itisclaudio

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