The first Peruvian recipe I found was labeled “cow’s heart kebabs.” And I was sold. Rubbed in peppers and cooked over a grill, with a Pisco sour nearby to wash it down… That’s a good time.
We didn’t get there this time. Just not enough hours in the day this week to find cow hearts. But it’s something we’ll get back to.
Food Fact from Jenny:
Because Peru is next to the Pacific Ocean, fish and seafood are eaten frequently along the coast. The national dish of Peru is ceviche, a dish made of raw fish. Another staple food includes potatoes, which are eaten very regularly. [source]
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- Lomo Saltado (Sauteed Beef Tenderloin)
- Solterito (Chopped Salad)
- Stuffed Avocados
- Suspiro de Limeña (Dessert)
3 hours 3 people