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Other names: romeritos (a specific dish)
Spanish name: Romerito

A coastal succulent plant (Suaeda torreyana) used as a green in Mexico.  A typical use is a Lenten dish (romeritos) made with dried shrimp, formed into patties and served with a mole sauce.
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Substitute for romerito

Purslane or nopales or spinach


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