Fanesca is a traditional Ecuadorian soup eaten during the Cuaresma period (Lent) and Semana Santa (Holy Week/Easter). The Fanesca is made with 12 legume/vegetable ingredients, and each Ecuadorian family has their own way of making it.
Caldo de bolas de verde or green plantain soup; Caldo de bolas de verde is a typical Ecuadorian soup of green plantain balls or dumplings stuffed with meat and served in a delicious broth with corn and yuca.
Sancocho is a meats and vegetables stew, enjoyed in Latin America and the Spanish Caribbean islands. It's made of a variety of meats and starchy vegetables such as plantains, yuca and yautia, and served with a side of white rice and avocado.