Pichanga (food)

Pichanga (food)

Pichanga is a dish consisting of a common table from where people pick small beef pieces or other food similar to a picadillo. It has a mix of different ingredients, these are often french fries, ground beef, chicken meat, cheese, egg and sausage.

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