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A traditional Spanish meat and vegetable stew, whose ingredients and cooking methods vary considerably throughout the country. The addition of chickpeas seems to be universal; while Madrid versions are simply-flavoured with potato and cabbage - those from further south, have Moorish influences - such as sweet potato, pears and quince.
Cocido's have been exported all over the Spanish-speaking world.
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