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List by: itisclaudio, created: 16 Dec 2016, updated: 11 Sep 2017 Personal: Only owner can add dishes

This dishes I have cooked before

1. 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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2. Adobo De Cerdo

Adobo Arequipeño, Adobo De Chanco (Peruvian)

Adobo De Cerdo is a traditional dish from Arequipa, Peru. Cooked overnight, adobo arequipeño is a popular hangover cure and Sunday brunch dish at Arequipa’s local picanterías, or “spicy shops.” The arequipeño dish is a soupy pork stew, slow-simmered with chicha de jora, spicy rocoto pepper, aji panca, garlic, onions, oregano, cumin, and other herbs and spices. http://ephemerratic.com/adobo-arequipeno-re…

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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. 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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5. Arroz Con Pollo

(Peruvian)

Arroz Con Pollo is a popular Peruvian Chicken and Rice dish. The rice has a rich green color because is cooked in cilantro. Ingredients and cooking techniques are very similar to the Spanish paella; the richly flavored rice combined with chicken and cilantro give this dish a flavorful finish.

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6. Arroz Tapado

Covered Rice, Ground Beef Stuffed Rice (Peruvian)

Arroz Tapado is a popular rice dish in Peru. Layers of cooked rice are filled with a mixture of ground beef fried together with tomatoes, onions, garlic, black olives and hardboiled eggs. http://www.limaeasy.com/peruvian-food-guide…

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7. Bistec A Lo Pobre

Bisteck A Lo Pobre (Chilean) (Peruvian)

Bistec a lo Pobre is a satisfying meal popular throughout most of South America. The basic elements of bistec a lo pobre are steak, fried potatoes, fried onions, and fried eggs. The name roughly translates to "poor man's steak," though the dish is actually quite rich and indulgent.

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8. Chicha Morada

(Peruvian)

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 to the pre-colonial era of Peru, even prior to the creation of the Inca empire. The traditional preparation of the drink involves boiling the corn in water with pineapple and, after the juices have gotten into the water, letting it cool. Sugar, cinnamon, and clove are often added for extra spice and …

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9. Chupe De Camarones

(Peruvian)

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 thicken it. Other traditional ingredients include yellow potatoes, aji chile peppers, corn, milk and queso fresco cheese. Chupe de camarones is usually served with a poached egg and garnished with several whole crayfish. This "quick and easy" version of chupe de camarones is less complicated to prepare, but still rich and full …

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10. Ensalada Rusa

(Peruvian)

Peruvian version of Olivier salad. Cold boiled vegetables salad with mayonnaise. The beets gives the salad a rich distinctive pinkish color.

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11. Estofado De Pollo

Chicken Stew (Peruvian)

This dish is from French gastronomy, adopted in Peru. Estofado De Pollo is a mixture of vegetables and meat (either chicken or beef), which in a process of slow cooking allows ingredients contribute their substances and juices. --Spanish-- Este plato es proveniente de la gastronomía francesa, adoptado en el Peru. Es una mezcla de verduras y carne (sea de pollo o de res), que en un proceso de cocción lento, permite que sus ingredientes aporten sus sustancias y jugos, consta de: pollo, pasta de tomate, arverjas, zanahorias, pimiento, papas, sal, pimienta, cebolla.

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12. Lentejas

lentejitas (Peruvian)

Peruvian stile lentil stew. The lentils are cooked with garlic and spices

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13. Olluco Con Carne

Olluquito Con Charqui (Peruvian)

Olluco with Charqui (dried meat) is a traditional food. Olluco, also known as Ullucus, is a cross between a jicama and potato. Despite containing highly nutritious ingredients such as olluco, jerky and rice, Mrs. Rosa, who is a volunteer mother in Cachi Alta community, adds other ingredients harvested on her farm such as potatoes, beans and peas. This makes the recipe even richer in protein and vitamins. Many families in this area are learning to add ingredients to traditional recipes to improve nutrition for children. http://blog.fh.org/2014/04/peru-recipe-ollu…

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14. Pallares

Payares (Peruvian)

Lima beans stew

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15. 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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16. Papa Rellena

Stuffed Potatoes (Bolivian) (Peruvian)

Papa Rellena is a traditional croquette filled with a spicy ground beef mixture. Ground beef is stir-fried with onions, tomatoes, garlic, cumin, garlic and paprika. Hard boiled eggs and black olives are added. Mashed potatoes are molded around a center of the meat mixture and formed like a potatoes. http://www.limaeasy.com/peruvian-food-guide…

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17. Pisco Sour Cocktail

(Peruvian)

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 Key lime (or lemon) juice, syrup, ice, egg white, and Angostura bitters. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pisco_Sour

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19. Pollo Al Horno

(Peruvian)

Roasted chicken

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20. Pernil

Roast Pork Butt (Puerto Rican)

Pernil (pernil asado, pernil al horno, roast pork butt), a slow-roasted marinated pork shoulder, In Puerto Rico the dish is commonly shared during Christmas, typically accompanied by arroz con gandules (rice with pigeon peas). The pork shoulder is used as a whole piece, with skin and bone. It is marinated the day prior to roasting with sofrito, salt, pepper plus possibly additional spices (oregano, adobo). Sofrito are placed deeply within the meat through small cuts. After marination the covered meat is slowly roasted initially in the oven for several hours, and, in the final phase, at a higher temperature with …

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21. Butter Chicken

Murgh Makhani, murg (Indian)

Murgh Makhani or Butter Chicken is a classic and a staple dish of Indian Cuisine. Chunks of chicken are cooked in a smooth buttery & creamy tomato based gravy. This dish is readily available both in its country of origin and abroad in many Indian restaurants. The dish's flavour profile has its background in Punjabi cuisine and was invented by Kundan Lal Gujral, founder of the restaurant chain Moti Mahal Delux in the 1920s.

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