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Ecuadorian food: arroz marinero

Ecuadorian food: arroz marinero

Craving some seafood? If you love rice and seafood, then you will enjoy this delicious and traditional dish from the Coastal region of Ecuador.

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First of all, let me tell you that this dish is very similar to paella due to its ingredients.

This is one of the best dishes to taste while visiting the warm Coastal region of the country.

Another thing I should mention is that you can order arroz marinero at a restaurant serving traditional food from the Coastal region.

What is it made of

This recipe´s ingredients are rice, clams, squid, scallops, shrimp, cilantro,  garlic, onion, pepper, coriander and spices.

FacebookHow to eat it

Enjoy this very filling dish for lunch or dinner. You may want to eat it with patacones (fried plantain)

In conclusion, you get a delicious combination of flavours from the Coastal region of Ecuador. I invite you to delight your palate while you enjoy the warmth of the country and its people with some delicious arroz marinero!

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