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Falso Conejo – A Bolivian Specialty

Posted: admin on Feb 21 | Food & Recipes

Falso Conejo is a widespread traditional Bolivian dish.

Today on Bolivia Weekly, we’re hungry, so we’re going to feature a tradtional Bolivian food from www.boliviancookbook.com, falso conejo.

Nobody seems to know where the name falso conejo (fake rabbit) came from. After all, this juicy Bolivian dish is based on beef fillets and doesn’t use rabbit, nor does any major Bolivian dish for that matter. Yet, the name persists and the dish continues to delight taste buds from Copacabana to Cobija and from La Paz to Llallagua. To cook this dish visit www.boliviancookbook.com for a recipe complete with photos and step by step cooking photos and instructions.


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