tripas, tripita (Peruvian)
Choncholi is a Peruvian street food made of small beef intestine, which is prepared, steamed and then roasted on a grill, it is based on food native of people from Angola, who were based in the south of the country to work in the cotton fields and sugar in the province of Ica, south of Lima. It was a typical food of the black population of Peru but now, like the kebabs they are consumed at every social level.
Modified Nov. 13, 2020
Created Jan. 16, 2017 by: itisclaudio
Intestines with toasted w…
Made with the innards of cow or pork, stuffed with meat paste and animal fat, the chunchules are braided and …
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Most common dishes you find on the street of Peru