Suero

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Arroz de lisa (mullet rice) from Barranquilla served in bijao leaf with cooked yuca, a triangle of costeño cheese and a sauce of suero atollabuey
A bottle of suero costeño in foreground and costeño cheese in background at a market stand in Barranquilla

Suero, also referred to as suero costeño or suero atollabuey, is a fermented milk based condiment from Colombia's Caribbean coastal region. It is somewhat similar to yogurt or sour cream.[1] It is served as an accompaniment for various dishes.[2]

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