• Must Try Peruvian Dishes On The Safe Side

by: itisclaudio, created: 16 Dec 2016, updated: 31 Dec 2016 (Public)

Recommended dishes from Peruvian cuisine that are not too spicy and don't have exotic ingredients.

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    Lomo Saltado (Peruvian) Lomo Saltado
    Lomo saltado is a popular, traditional peruvian dish, a stir fry that typically combines marinated strips of sirloin, or other beef steak, with onions, tomatoes, and other ingredients, served with fried potato slices (french fries) and rice. the dish originated as part of the chifa tradition, the chinese ...

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    Pollo A La Brasa (Peruvian) Pollo A La Brasa
    Pollo a la Brasa, also known as Peruvian chicken, is one of the most consumed dishes in the country. Originally only seasoned with salt and cooked in charcoal today the chicken is marinated in a "secret" mixture mainly consisting of vinegar, dark beer or soy sauce, salt, pepper, ...

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    Aji de Gallina (Peruvian) 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 cheese, yellow Peruvian chilies (aji amarillo), garlic, pecans or walnuts. ...

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    Cebiche De Pescado (Peruvian) Cebiche De Pescado
    While there are hundreds of variations, the traditional Ceviche actually just needs 5 simple ingredients: fresh, raw, white fish filet cut into bite-size pieces, marinated and "cooked" in lime juice and seasoned with Peruvian chili peppers, onions and salt. Ceviche is the Peruvian national dish like no other ...

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    Arroz Chaufa (Peruvian) (Peruvian-Chinese) Arroz Chaufa
    Arroz chaufa also known as Arroz de chaufa (Chinese rice) is a Peruvian fried rice dish. It is a chifa style dish, a mix of Peruvian and Chinese cuisine. It consists of a mix of fried rice with vegetables, usually including Chinese onions, eggs, and meat, quickly cooked ...

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    Chicha Morada (Peruvian) Chicha Morada
    Chicha morada is a sweet Peruvian beverage made from purple corn, a variant of Zea mays native to the Peruvian Andes, and spices. Non-alcoholic, it is a type of chicha usually made by boiling the corn with pineapple, cinnamon, clove, and sugar. Its use and consumption date back ...

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    Arroz Con Pato (Peruvian) Arroz Con Pato
    This Peruvian-style arroz con Pato gets its green color from cilantro, and the broth is flavored with beer. The Peruvian touch includes using aji amarillo and a cilantro purée, which makes it similar in preparation to the lamb stew Seco de Cordero. Cooked with chicken stock and dark ...

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    Asado (Peruvian) Asado
    Like in the United States, roast beef – or asado de res – is a very common and popular dish in Peruvian kitchens. It’s usually flavored with a variety of herbs and spices, and then slow cooked in a roasting pan. It’s done in a way that leaves ...

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    Causa Rellena (Peruvian) Causa Rellena
    Appetizer made of cold mushed potato sesoned with yellow chili and lime. Normally stuffed with chicken or tuna salad

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    Chicharron (Peruvian) Chicharron
    In Peru, chicharrón is meat that has been boiled until the liquid evaporates and most of the fat renders out, at which point the meat fries in its own fat (basically a confit). Because of the fat content, the meat is almost always pork; but it can be ...

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    Chancho Al Palo (Peruvian) Chancho Al Palo
    Smoked and roasted pork

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    Chupe De Camarones (Peruvian) Chupe De Camarones
    This hearty chowder is a favorite in Peru, where it is often made with crayfish. The typical preparation is to boil the crayfish, process the cooked crayfish in a blender with some of the caldo (broth), and then to add the puréed crayfish back to the stew to ...

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    Tamal (Peruvian) 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 rolls. Moist, slightly spicy, and with an exotic flavor provided ...

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    Papa A La Huancaina (Peruvian) Papa A La Huancaina
    Papa a la Huancaína is a Peruvian appetizer of boiled yellow potatoes in a spicy, creamy sauce called Huancaína sauce

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    Picarones (Peruvian) Picarones
    Imagine the lovechild of a spice cake, a pumpkin pie, and a beignet, and you'll get an idea of Peru's picarones, which date back to Peru's colonial days. Potatoes are everywhere in Peru—more than 3,800 varieties are grown there—so even the desserts are papa-packed. In this case, camote, ...

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    Aguadito (Peruvian) 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, peas, corn and rice. The main ingredient surely is cilantro ...

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    Pisco Sour (Peruvian) Pisco Sour
    Pisco Sour is a cocktail typical of South American cuisine. The drink's name comes from pisco, which is its base liquor, and the cocktail term sour, in reference to sour citrus juice and sweetener components. The Peruvian Pisco Sour uses Peruvian pisco as the base liquor and adds ...