18 (Peruvian)

List by: itisclaudio, created: 16 Jun 2017, updated: 26 May 2020 Public: Users can add dishes

This list pertains to breakfast foods and beverages popular in Peru. The typical holiday or weekend Peruvian breakfast usually consists of tamal, french bread, pork chicharron, fruit smoothie, and coffee with evaporated milk.
Other items can include sangrecita (blood sausage) and salchicha de huacho (scrambled eggs with sausage).

1. Desayuno Peruano

Peruvian Breakfast (Peruvian)

The typical holiday or weekend Peruvian breakfast usually includes tamal, french bread, pork chicharron, fruit smoothly and coffee with evaporated milk. Other items include: sangrecita (blood sausage) and salchicha de huacho (scramble egg with sausage)

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2. Pan Frances

(Peruvian) (Venezuelan)

Pan Frances is a baguette type bread consumed in many Latin American countries.

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3. Tamal

Tamale (Peruvian)

Tamal is a traditional dish where banana leaf-wrapped corn dough is 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 by the banana leave wrapping; stuffed traditionally with pork or chicken. Try them you will love them!

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4. Lomito

(Peruvian)

Sauteed beef, tomatoes and onions mostly served as a breakfast item

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5. Sandwich De Chicharron

Sanguche De Chicharron, pan con chicharron (Peruvian)

Hot sandwich made of a french roll, peruvian chicharron and sweet portato served normally for breakfast.

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6. Chicharron

(Peruvian)

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 made with beef, chicken or even fish (with some cooking modifications). The pork is usually boneless picnic shoulder or pork butt, cut into large chunks; but sometimes (in pricier eateries) chicharrones are made with pork ribs. Frequently, chicharrones are made the previous night, then enjoyed for breakfast. Chicharrones can also be eaten …

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7. Salchicha Huachana

(Peruvian)

Type of sausage made of ground beef and pork fat normally pan fried with eggs served with bread as a breakfast item

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8. Sangrecita

(Peruvian)

Sauteed blood with vegetables, herbs and spices

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9. Relleno

blood sausage (Peruvian)

Relleno is a blood sausage, staple of the Peruvian breakfast. It is made with blood if beef or pork and other ingredients like aji, green onions, animal fat and in the south they add rice and black mint, what gives it a sweet flavor.

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10. Salsa Criolla

Zarza criolla (Peruvian)

Peruvian sauce composed of sliced onions accompanied by tomatoes, aji amarillo and seasoned with lime juice, salt and pepper. It is served next to many Peruvian dishes like tamal, chicharron, arroz con pollo, etc

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11. Emoliente

(Peruvian)

Emoliente is kind of an herbal tea popular with young and old, poor and rich especially in the cold winter month. Sold by street vendors around the country at corners, bus stops or parks and plazas, it is part of Peruvian lifestyle and believed to have healing and protective powers. No wonder, because emoliente is made of numerous Peruvian medicinal plants, herbs and seeds. A great beverage to get warm, add some minerals and vitamins to your diet and boost your body. Ingredients vary depending on the region and availability; and of course every vendor has its own secret recipe …

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13. Jugo De Papaya

(Peruvian)

Papaya smoothie is a classic in the Peruvian breakfast. You can find it in almos every market

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14. Jugo Surtido

(Peruvian)

Favorite Peruvian smoothie. Blended banana, papaya, pineapple, Beetroot, strawberries and honey

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15. Quinua

Quinua Carretillera (Peruvian)

Quinua is a common street food hot breakfast beverage drunk in Peru.

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16. Pan Con Queso

(Bolivian) (Peruvian)

Pan con queso "bread with cheese" is exactly that. A roll of fresh locally baked bread and a sick slice of fresh cheese. It is a breakfast item in many countries in South America

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17. Butifarra

(Peruvian)

Butifarra is the name of a traditional Peruvian cold sandwich where the main ingredient is "Jamon del Pais". Slices of this savory seasoned ham and onion relish called "salsa criolla" are served on crusty round French bread roll.

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18. Triple

Triple Sandwiches (Peruvian)

Triple is a traditional Peruvian sandwich where 3 or 4 slices of plain white bread thinly spread with mayonnaise and filled with layers of fresh avocados, tomatoes and slices of hard-boiled egg.

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