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Caldo de siete mares
Caldo de mariscos from a restaurant in Austin, Texas
Alternative namesCaldo de mariscos
Place of originMexico
Main ingredientstomatoes, fish or seafood broth

Caldo de siete mares (in English, "seven seas soup"), also known as caldo de mariscos ("seafood soup") is a Mexican version of fish stew,[1] popular in coastal regions in Mexico.[2] It is typically made with tomato, fish, or seafood broth with local fresh seafood ingredients and, like other Mexican soups, cooked quickly in a thin broth.[2][3] chicken

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  1. ^ William A. Orme Jr. (1985-04-14). "On the Road through Baja California". New York Times.
  2. ^ a b Olivia Wu (2003-01-22). "Grand seafood soups:Dipping into coastal waters yields lusty regional fish soups". San Francisco Chronicle.
  3. ^ "Caldo siete mares ⋆ Larousse Cocina". Larousse Cocina (in Spanish). Retrieved 2022-10-16.