Peruvian Cuisine 167

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Adobo De Cerdo
Traditional dish from Arequipa, Peru. Cooked overnight, adobo arequipeño is a popular hangover cure and Sunday brunch dish at Arequipa’s local picanterías, or “spicy shops.” The arequipeño dish is a soupy pork stew, slow-simmered with chicha de jora, ...
Adobo De Pollo
Chicken version of the Peruvian Adobo de cerdo "Pork adobo"
Aeropuerto
A mixture of Arroz chaufa and Tallarin saltado
Aguadito
Aguadito de Pollo, a delicious, hearty and spicy chicken soup, can probably be named Peru's national soup. Served around the country, this traditional soup contains large pieces of chicken, yellow potatoes (papas amarillas), aji amarillo (yellow pepper), onions, ...
Aji de Gallina
Aji de Gallina, a spicy chicken stew, is a popular Peruvian dish especially on Lima's "cold" winter days. Aji de Gallina consists of thin chicken strips served in a savory creamy yellow sauce made of milk, bread, parmesan ...
Aji De Papalisa
Stew made of ollocus, potatoes and beef
Alfajor
Consist of two round, sweet biscuits made of wheat flour or corn starch joined together with dulce de leche (known as "manjar blanco" in Peru), and optionally coated with powder sugar. More modern "industrial" varieties in Chile, Uruguay ...
Alpaca
It's lack of greasiness makes for excellent jerky, which coincidentally is another ancient Peruvian culinary innovation.
Anticuchos
Anticuchos (singular anticucho, Quechua for Cut Stew Meat) are popular and inexpensive dishes that originated in Peru, also popular in other Andean states consisting of small pieces of grilled skewered meat. Anticuchos can be found on street-carts and ...
Anticuchos De Carne
Anticuchos are a popular street food in South America, especially in Peru. The most traditional Peruvian anticuchos are made of beef heart.