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Sopa teologa
Place of originPeru
Region or stateTrujillo
Main ingredientsWhite bread, potatoes, tomatoes, sliced cheese, milk

Sopa Teologa (Theologic soup) also known as "Priest's Soup" and "sopa de festiva"[1] is a traditional soup in Trujillo.[2] Because it includes bread in the ingredients, and because it has an attributed religious origin, it is called theologic. It is made of white bread, potatoes, tomatoes, sliced cheese and milk. It can have chicken or turkey meat, sometimes both. Seasonings include garlic, leek, celery, oregano, pepper, salt, white onion, bay leaf, and yellow chili pepper.


  1. ^ Cultural and Historical Geography of Southwest Guatemala, Issues 4-5 at Google Books
  2. ^ "SOPA TEOLOGA". Peruanos news. Retrieved 15 July 2013.