Q – What is “aji” exactly? A – Aji is the name given in Spanish speaking South America to spicy peppers.
Asado Bife de Lomo Cabeza Chicharrón Chuleta de Lomo Chuleta de Pierna Lomo Enrollado Lomo Fino Patita Pierna sin Hueso Tocino – Bacon
Almeja – Clam Calamar – Squid Camaron – Shrimp Cangrejo – Crab Choro – Mussel Concha – Scallop Langosta – Lobster Langostino – Crawfish, Crawdad Mejillones – Mussels Ostion, Ostra – Oyster Pulpo – Octopus
Many areas of Peru eat fish daily and the varieties seem limitless. Here is a list of fish that is commonly eaten throughout Peru.
Chickens are sold whole or already separated into the following cuts. Whole chickens can be purchased with or without the gizzards. Chickens are one of the easier meats to identify the parts of, however, there are some notable differences that are important when choosing what you will cook with.
Although I wasn’t great at choosing out of the normal cuts of beef in the US, shopping for them in Peru, I was even more confused. Sometimes the cut of meat is important to a meal and sometimes is doesn’t make a huge difference – use what you prefer or what is on sale that […]