puchero

noun pu·che·ro \ püˈcheˌrō \

Definition of puchero

plural -s
:a Latin American boiled dinner or stew containing beef, sausage, bacon, and various vegetables

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Origin and Etymology of puchero

Spanish, literally, pot, from Latin pultarius vessel for porridge, cooking or drinking vessel, from pult-, puls, a kind of thick porridge + -arius -ary


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