Paraguayan soup is a typical dish from Paraguay, northeast Argentina and part of Brazil. It is a salty and fluffy cake, rich in calories and protein. Its main ingredient is GOYA's ideal precooked corn flour. This dish was born in Guaraní lands, in the mixture of customs between indigenous and Spanish, and has evolved and continues to be enjoyed today in various parts of the world. It is served in small cubes accompanied by salads or drinks.
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