10 (Peruvian) (Peruvian-chinese) (Peruvian-Japanese)

List by: itisclaudio, created: 01 Aug 2017, updated: 26 May 2020 Public: Users can add dishes

Peru is the Hope Diamond of Latin America, home to dishes and flavors you won't find anywhere else. While this is hardly a secret—there are more Peruvian restaurants outside Peru than ever before—it's one we don't give enough credit. Few places on earth offer such a variety of indigenous ingredients, let alone a jumble of flavors and techniques from Europe, Africa, and East Asia. Rather than remain culturally segregated, these foreign additions have blended seamlessly with ancient Peruvian cuisine into …

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1. Cebiche De Mero

Ceviche De Mero (Peruvian)

Dish staple form the north of Peru. It is a cebiche where the fish used is the Mero

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2. Lomo Saltado

(Peruvian)

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 cuisine of peru, though its popularity has made it part of the mainstream culture. the dish is normally prepared by marinating sirloin strips in vinegar, soy sauce and spices, and stir frying these with red onions, parsley, tomatoes, and possibly other ingredients. the use of both potatoes (which originated in peru) and …

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3. Aji De Gallina

Aji de pollo (Peruvian)

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. http://www.limaeasy.com/peruvian-food-guide…

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4. Papa A La Huancaina

(Peruvian)

Papa a la Huancaína is a Peruvian appetizer of boiled yellow potatoes in a spicy, creamy sauce called Huancaína sauce

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5. Causa Rellena

(Peruvian)

Causa Rellena is a Peruvian appetizer made of cold mashed potato seasoned with yellow chili and lime. Normally stuffed with chicken or tuna salad.

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6. Rocoto Relleno

Stuffed Hot Pepper (Peruvian)

Rocoto relleno is a Peruvian dish which originated from the city of Arequipa, a city in the Andes mountains located in the southern parts of Peru. This dish is made by stuffing fried minced beef-mix or hard-boiled egg inside the rocotos and is then topped with melted cheese, baked and served whole. The rocotos are basically capsicum pubescens which are at least ten times spicier than jalapeño when raw. This is considered one of the most famous dishes of Peru and it is also served as one of the top Peruvian cuisines all over the world. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocoto_relleno

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7. Arroz Con Pato

(Peruvian)

Arroz Con Pato is a rice-style dish that 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 beer, this rice and chicken dish is moist, colorful, and a little spicy, making it one of Peru’s most traditional dishes.

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8. Pollo A La Brasa

Peruvian Chicken, Rotisserie Chicken (Peruvian)

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, chili, rosemary or cumin and paprika and then grilled in especially fabricated Pollo a la brasa ovens. http://www.limaeasy.com/peruvian-food-guide…

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9. Anticuchos

Anticucho de corazon (Peruvian)

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 street food stalls (anticucheras). The meat may be marinated in vinegar and spices (such as cumin, ají pepper and garlic), and while anticuchos can be made of any type of meat, the most popular are made of beef heart (anticuchos de corazón). Anticuchos often come with a boiled potato or bread on the end of the skewer. A similar dish, shish-kebab is …

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10. Cuy

(Peruvian)

Guinea pig fried, grilled or roasted. There is little meat and a lot of bones.

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