Guatemalan Cuisine: Chojin

Guatemalan Cuisine: Chojin by Rudy Girón

Chojín is a word that I learned recently. Most of my life I just thought that radish salad was ensalada de rábano. Chojín is basically a radish salad that is served as appetizer or side dish with Chicharrones, Chicharrines and Carnitas, tostadas, panes (sandwiches), et cetera. Same as with guacamol, chojín is often eaten with hot tortillas out of the comal. There’s a recipe for chojín at Guatemalan Genes in case you want to add the Guatemalan twist to your next meal.

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