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  1. OH WOW. I am out of cilantro, otherwise I would be making this right now, even though it is 6 PM. I am definitely making the soup as soon as I get my hands on a bunch. I am an egg FANATIC, and this is just the kind of dish I cannot but love! Plus, I know nothing about Colombian cuisine, which makes it even more interesting to me. Thank you!!!

    • Thanks, Darya! You and I both love eggs on anything. It definitely needs salt and pepper because the ingredient list is so short, but I love it. This is a regional special. Outside of Bogota people don’t really eat it. So good. Let me know how yours turns out!

  2. Very interesting soup! I like eggs with everything and anything! 😛
    Every time I hear ‘Columbia’, I think of my dear friend Beatriz from Bogotá. We were good friends living in Berkeley during our student years and got together almost everyday. She went back home and eventually we lost contact. I am going to make this dish with nostalgic thoughts of Beatrix. 😀

    • Aw. That’s a beautiful thought. There is something very nostalgiac about colombia. Maybe it is their troubled history or the love the people feel for their country. Enjoy! Thanks for the comment.

  3. Amanda, it’s so nice to find your blog. And I’m hooked by this post alone. I am very curious about breakfast food in various cultures around the world and loved reading about this soup which looks wonderful and yummy and I would like to make as soon as possible and have a feeling it’ll make its way to my brunch menu as well.

    • Thanks so much! I’m glad to have discovered yours as well! I’ve been obsessed with Persian cuisine lately and just bought a book based on Fae’s recommendation so I’ll definitely be spending some time in your online space!

  4. Breakfast is my favorite meal and I appreciate learning about new ones. When we hosted an exchange student from Thailand we began eating breakfasts of eggs, soy sauce and rice and love it. Basically I can’t resist anything with an egg! Lovely recipe, Amanda.

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