by: itisclaudio, created: 19 Dec 2016, updated: 19 Dec 2016 Personal: Only owner can add dishes

The cuisine of Peru’s northern coast fits perfectly with its warm climate and offers a delectable variety of seafood and fish to the most discriminating tastes of our visitors. A delicious way to savor the varied flavors of ceviches and sudado stews is by accompanying it with a cold beer or corn-based chicha de jora.

Red meat lovers can enjoy our exquisite cabrito kid meat from the goats raised in the area.

This dish, among a cornucopia of both sweet …

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1. 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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2. Seco De Chabelo

Seco de Chavelo (Peruvian)

It is is a traditional stew made of beef or pork. This dish belongs to the northerm peruvian cuisine, specifically from Piura.

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3. Chicha De Jora

(Peruvian)

Chicha de jora is a corn beer chicha prepared by germinating maize, extracting the malt sugars, boiling the wort, and fermenting it in large vessels (traditionally huge earthenware vats) for several days. The process is essentially the same as the process for the production of regular beer. It is traditionally made with Jora corn, a type of corn from the Andes. Some add quinoa or other adjuncts to give it consistency, then it is boiled. Chancaca, a hard form of sugar (like sugar cane), helps with the fermentation process. It is traditionally prepared from a specific kind of yellow maize …

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4. Chinguirito

(Peruvian)

It is is a traditional cebiche type dish where the fish used is the guitar dried fish instead of fresh fish. This dish belongs to the northern peruvian cuisine, specifically from Lamballeque.

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5. 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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