Do you know how frustrating it is to have a list of recipes that you cannot make for lack of ingredients. Or, to be more specific, the lack of a very particular ingredient.
They say, “You don’t know what you got, till it’s gone.” Somehow, that seems to apply to nearly every trip to the grocery store.
Most people seem to be surprised when I say I don’t have any trace of seeds in the passionfruit juice I make. Here is the secret!
A very common use of aji amarillo is as a paste which forms the base of another food. You can purchase some through some internet sources. But, if you are like me, you may be able to get the peppers fresh and want to make your own. Here’s how.
Quinoa is a wonderful seed, packed full of protein and flavored with a hint of a nuttiness. It is grown high in the Andes mountains and is a staple throughout the mountains of Peru.