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Gastronomy of Peru: Main Dishes

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Following the article PERU: GASTRONOMY (I) related to our trip to Peru 2010We commented on the simplest and most expensive options to eat during our stay there.

In addition there are other economic options to seek life to put something in the stomach, such as the multitude of pollerías where half chicken, salad, potatoes and soda comes out for about 9 soles. We can also resort to local Peruvian restaurants, where we will eat for less than € 1 to change.

We will continue the review of Peruvian Gastronomy with the MAIN COURSES (images, as always, taken from Google Images)…




CEVICHE
Fish marinated in lemon, seasoned with chili pepper and sometimes accompanied by onion or vinaigrette
SWEATY
Type of fish that is prepared with tomato and black olive
FISH PEJERREY
Silver-colored fish that has adapted to Lake Titicaca



FISH SHOT
Fish served with hot pepper cream served with potatoes
CORVINA GUISADA
Stewed fish fillet with lemon and spices, mashed corn and potatoes or cassava
DRY MEAT
Marinated steak accompanied by peas, rice, potatoes and beans



LOIN OR CHICKEN SAUCE
Beef or chicken cut into strips and accompanied by onion, potatoes and tomato
ALPACA OVEN
Baked alpaca meat and accompanied by broccoli and potatoes
CHICKEN RICE
Chicken stew with peas, tomatoes, rice and spices



CUY OVEN
Guinea pig or Peruvian typical guinea pig baked
GRILLED CHICKEN
Typical chicken made in brasseries that can be found in the street
MALAYA FRITA
Parboiled and golden beef skirt, accompanied by potatoes, onion and others



PACHAMANCA
Several meats (beef, alpaca, pork) wrapped in large leaves and heated underground
BISTEC TO THE POOR
Beef steak, rice, chips, fried egg, lettuce with tomato and fried banana
OYUQUITO WITH CHARQUI
A kind of potato mixed with a kind of mountain meat



LOCRO
Stew very complete with beef and lamb
PALLARES SPICY
Variety of long beans seasoned with chili pepper and with milk, egg and fresh cheese
CARAPULCRA
Stewed dried potato with pork and chicken forming a kind of stew

In the next article we will talk about the most common desserts and drinks that you can find in Peru

Isaac and Paula

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