Trancapecho is a sandwich served in Cochabamba, Bolivia. It comes from a dish called "silpancho",[1] which differs from the traditional silpancho. All ingredients, including the rice, join to a bread tortilla, also the typical preparation in this city. In Cochabamba, this sandwich is found in areas such as markets and areas near San Paul's Catholic University. Ingredients: slice of breaded meat, fried potatoes, a fried egg, rice, and salad (tomatoes, onions, and locotos) between two slices of bread.

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  1. ^ Gross, Ben (November 30, 2011). "Kantuta's Brings a Taste of Bolivia to Wheaton". Wheaton, MD Patch. Retrieved August 30, 2016.