Peruvian Cuisine 183

Name Cuisine Photo
Tallarines Rojos Con ...
Homestyle peruvian spaghetti in red meat sauce with chicken
Tallarines Verdes
Tallarines verdes is a green noodles pesto-like sauce made from spinach and basil. The sauce also has lots of queso fresco cheese, and is creamier than traditional pesto sauce. Accompany by steak or chicken.
Tallarin Saltado
Peruvian-Style Linguine with Stir-Fried vegetables and Beef Tenderloin or Chicken. A perfect example of culinary fusion. The pasta is any Italian-style ribbon or round long noodle, the beef is stir-fried and lightly salted with soy sauce in Chinese ...
Tallarin Saltado De C...
Peruvian-Style Linguine with Stir-Fried Beef Tenderloin with vegetables. A perfect example of culinary fusion. The pasta is any Italian-style ribbon or round long noodle, the beef is stir-fried and lightly salted with soy sauce in Chinese fashion, and ...
Tallarin Saltado De P...
Peruvian-Style Linguine with Stir-Fried chicken with vegetables. A perfect example of culinary fusion. The pasta is any Italian-style ribbon or round long noodle, the beef is stir-fried and lightly salted with soy sauce in Chinese fashion, and the ...
Tamal
Banana leaf-wrapped corn dough filed with chicken, peppers, cheese or a variety of other fillings. One of the most traditional dishes of Peruvian cuisine, people enjoy them for Sunday breakfast served with salsa criolla and crispy french bread ...
Teja De Pecana
A teja is a dumpling-shaped confection from the Ica Region of Peru. It contains manjar blanco filling (similar to dulce de leche) and either dried fruits or nuts. The exterior is usually a sugar-based fondant-like shell, but there ...
Tiradito
Some say Tiradito is just Ceviche without onions. Both dishes are made of raw white fish, but for Tiradito the fish is cut into sashimi-style thin stripes instead of cubes. While the fresh fish in a ceviche is ...
Trucha A La Plancha
Grilled Trout
Trucha Frita
This is a typical food in Peru. Trucha Frita is a Peruvian fried trout trucha frita literally means “fried trout”. It is not a culinary masterpiece, but is honest local food from the Andes, where seafood is absent.