Sopa Seca // Peruvian Criollo Pasta

Gretchen Noelle

My love of food was cultivated early on by my family but has come alive while living in Peru. During the 12 years of living in Lima, Peru, I have also enjoyed numerous trips to other areas of the country. Here on Provecho Peru you will find Peruvian recipes in English, American favorites prepared overseas, news about Peruvian Cuisine and interesting tidbits about life in Peru.

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6 Responses

  1. ale says:

    IS AMAZING, Im peruavian and I tried this plate only 1 year ago, the truth sopa seca chinchana ITS DELICIOUS. Since the day I ate it I said: “I hope that turist could try this” because some peruvians dont know the flavour from the truth recipe.

    ps: sorry for my english!

  1. August 17, 2013

    […] 63. Salchipapas 64. Sancochado 65. Seco de Res 66. Seco de Chavelo 67. Solterito Arequipeño 68. Sopa Seca 69. Sudado 70. Tacacho con Cecina 71. Tacu Tacu 72. Tallarin Saltado 73. Tallarines Rojos 74. […]

  2. August 25, 2013

    […] enjoyed include anticuchos, leche de tigre, pan con chicharrón, picarones and carapulcra with sopa seca, among many others. See event […]

  3. October 15, 2014
  4. November 1, 2014

    […] of the most well known combination dishes from the area is the Sopa Seca and Carapulcra de Papa Seca. The version in Ica is slightly different from the dishes I have made […]

  5. November 8, 2014

    […] they added beef broth. Carapulcra Chinchana is traditionally eaten in combination with Sopa Seca. Although the idea of a potato stew combined with a one-pot pasta dish might seem strange, it is […]

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