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Cuisine
  • Ceviche (pure, combination, or mixed with fish and shellfish) Typically served with camote, or sweet potato.
  • Tiradito is a related dish which shows the influence of Japanese immigrants and sashimi techniques.
  • The chupe de camarones (shrimp cioppino) is one of the most popular dishes of Peruvian coastal cuisine. It is made from a thick freshwater shrimp (crayfish) stock soup, potatoes, milk and chili pepper.
  • Anticuchos are brochettes made from a beef heart marinated in a various Peruvian spices and grilled, often sided with boiled potatoes and corn.
  • Tamales: boiled corn with meat or cheese and wrapped in a banana leaf. They are similar to humitas, which consist of corn mixed with spices, sugar, onions, filled with pork and olives and finally wrapped in the leaves of corn husks.
  • Papa a la huancaína (Huancayo-style potatoes), a dish consisting of sliced boiled potatoes, served on a bed of lettuce with a slightly spicy cheese sauce with olives.
  • Papa rellena (stuffed potato): mashed potatoes stuffed with ground (minced) meat, eggs, olives and various spices and then deep fried.
  • Arroz tapado (covered rice): uses the same stuffing of papa rellena, but rather than used as a stuffing, it is accompanied by rice.
  • Pollo a la brasa (grilled chicken or roaster chicken): is one of the most consumed food in this country. It's basically a gutted chicken marinated in a marinade that includes various peruvian ingredients.
  • Sancochado: A hearty beef and vegetable broth which includes yuca (cassava) and potatoes.
  • Lomo saltado, sliced beef (if made from the tenderloin it is "lomo fino") stir fried with onion, tomato, soy sauce, vinegar, chili (aji) and served or mixed with French fried potatoes (aka "chips"), and accompanied with rice.
  • Arroz con pollo, or rice with chicken, is enjoyed for its rich-flavored rice combined with chicken.
  • Butifarras: a sandwich in a type of white bread roll and consisting of "Peruvian ham" with sliced onions, sliced chili peppers, lime, salt, pepper, and oil.
  • Papa rellena
  • Causa, in its basic form, is a mashed yellow potato dumpling mixed with key lime, onion, chili and oil.
  • Carapulcra is an appetizing stewed dish of pork and chicken, dried potatoes, red chilis, peanuts and cumin.
  • Empanadas (Meat turnovers) they are filled either with chicken, beef or cheese. They have a unique taste due to the addition of olives and sometimes hard boiled eggs and raisins.
  • Ají de gallina (chili chicken) consists of thin strips of chicken served with a creamy yellow and spicy sauce, made with ají amarillo (yellow chilis), cheese, milk, bread, and walnuts.
  • Escabeche criollo (pickled fish): The escabeche dishes rely in the cooking on the heavy use of vinegar and onions together with other spices and chili.
Sweet dishes
  • Alfajores: consist of two or more layers of this baked pastry, and is usually filled with either manjar blanco (a caramel-colored, sweet, creamy filling made with milk and sugar) or molasses.
  • Turrones (or nougat) One common variety to be found in Lima is Turrón de Doña Pepa, an anise and honey nougat that is traditionally prepared for the Señor de los Milagros (or Lord of Miracles)
  • Arroz con leche (rice-pudding): It consists primarily of cooked rice, cinnamon/nutmeg, raisins, and milk. Because lemons are not available in Peru, rice pudding never has lemon rind as is traditional in the Spanish version.
  • Mazamorra morada: a jelly-like clove-flavored dessert. It takes on the color of one of its main ingredients: purple maize. Mazamorra morada is a traditional dessert of Peru. A variety of purple corn (maíz morado) only grows in Peru that colors and adds a particular flavor to the water in which it is boiled along with cinnamon and a generous amount of cloves. When that water is cooled chopped fruit, key lime and sugar are added. The mixture is served as a beverage called "chicha morada".
  • Picarones: a sweet, ring-shaped fritter with a pumpkin base; often served with a molasses syrup. Peruvian Picarones are made of squash or pumpkin dough and sweetened with chancaca, raw cane sugar melted into a syrup.
    Suspiro a la Limeña: The bottom layer is made of dulce de leche that has been enriched with egg yolks. The top layer consists of meringue made with port wine.

Peruvian Drinks
  • Pisco Sour: typical Peruvian cocktail made with a pisco (originally from Peru), lime and egg-white.
  • Chicha morada: alcohol-free drink of purple corn juice.
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Peruvian food import
Peruvian restaurants Florida-USA
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peruvian_cuisine

Restaurants
Amici
564 S. Coast Highway 101
Encinitas, CA 92024
(760) 753-9050

Ana María's Peruvian Restaurant
8680 Navajo Rd. - San Diego, CA 92119
(619) 337.8636

Caravana
Huntington Beach
(714) 847.7555

Cebiche del Rey
7404 Florence Ave. - Downey
(562) 806-4033

Contigo Perú
14540 Vanowen Street - Van Nuys CA, 91405
(818) 988-5744

Don Félix Restaurant
6050 Lankershim Blvd. - N. Hollywood
(818) 752-8530

El Caminante Restaurant
9268 Katella Ave - Anaheim
(714) 826.3089

El Caribe
14540 Vanowen Street - Van Nuys
(818) 780-5091

El Hatuchay
12853 Sherman Way. - North Hollywood
(818) 982-9811

El Loco del Pollo
14851 Victory Blvd. # C - Van Nuys
(818) 988-2181

El Manjar Peruano II
12802 Paramount Blvd. - Downey
(562) 904-8001

El Misti
3070 Lincoln Ave. Suite "D" - Anaheim
(714) 995-5944

El Pollo Inka
400 S. Euclid
(714) 772.2263

1425 W. Artesia Blvd. - Gardena, CA 90247
(310) 516.7378

1938 E. Alosta Ave. - Glendora, CA 91741
(626) 963.1044

1100 Pacific Coast Hwy - Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
(310) 372.1433

15400 Hawthorne Blvd. - Lawndale, CA 90260
(310) 676.6665

23705 Hawthorne Blvd. - Torrance, CA 90505
(310) 373.0062

11701 Wilshire Blvd. - West Los Angeles, CA 90025
(310) 571.3334

El Pollo Peruano
9425 Telegraph Rd. 107 - Pico Rivera
(562) 949-3460

El Rincón Peruvian Restaurant
972 N. Grand Ave. - Covina, CA 91724
(626) 859.9166

El Rocoto Peruvian Cuisine
1356 W. Artesia Blvd. - Gardena City
Tel.: (310) 769.8768
Fax: (310) 769.3450

El Salto del Fraile
7639 Firestone Blvd. - Downey
(562) 928-6395

Fina Estampa
21830 Nordhoff St. - Chatsworth
(818) 773.8981

Fina Estampa
1100 Van Ness Ave. - San Francisco
(415) 440.6343

2734 Mission St. - San Francisco
(415) 824.4437

Fresca Restaurant
2114 Fillmore St. - San Francisco
(415) 447.2668
http://www.frescaperuviancuisine.com

Inca Amazon Grill
25001 Dana Point DR. - Dana Point
(949) 489.1900

Inca Garden's
Banquet Room o Catering - Take-Out - Party Trays
Olga Enciso Smith 87 - East San Fernando Street
San José, CA 95113
(408) 977-0816 - Fax: 977-0853
incagardens@hotmail.com
http://www.incagardens.com

Inka Grill
260 Bristol, Costa Mesa
(714) 444-4652

10205 Valley View
(714) 484-0888

301 Main Street, Huntington Beach
(714) 374-3399

23600 Rockfield Blvd. - Lake Forest
(949) 587-9008

7563 Carson Blvd. - Long Beach, CA 90808
(565) 627.0087

Inka Mama's
26676 Portola Pkwy # B - Lake Forest
(949) 251.6262

Inti
5870 Melrose Ave. - Los Angeles
(323) 962.2027

Intiraymi
633 N. Sprint St # 2 - Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 617-0573

Korikancha
1714 E. McFadden - Suite A - Santa Ana
(714) 543.3600

La Carreta
345 West Foothill Blvd. - Pico Rivera

La Furia Chalaca
310 Broadway
(510) 451.4206

Las Dunas
20133 Saticay St. - Canoga Park
(818) 882-4747

Las Quenas
12708 Sherman Way - North Hollywood
(818) 764.3962

Lau's Restaurant
2315 Victiry Blvd. - Burbank, CA 91506
(818) 845.1770

Lima City
2540 Main - Irvine
(949) 553.1401

Lima Virreynal Peruvian Restaurant
11411 Telegraph Rd. - Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
(562) 942.2299

Machu Picchu Peruvian Restaurant
6465 Van Nuys Blvd. - Van Nuys, CA 91401
(818) 997.3394

112 South B St - San Mateo, CA 94401
(650) 344.8997

Mamita Peruvian Restaurant
714 S. Brand Blvd. - Glendale, CA 91204
(818) 243.5121

Marilú Restaurant
14042 Vanowen St. - Pico Rivera

Mario's Peruvian & Seafood Restaurant
5786 Hollywood Blvd. - Los Angeles, CA 90038
(323) 466.4181

5786 Melrosse Ave. - Los Angeles
(323) 466.4181

Natalie Peruvian Seafood Restaurant
5759 Hollywood Blvd. - Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 463.8340

Nazca Peruvian Restaurant
14357 Victory Blvd. - Van Nuys, CA 91401
(818) 782.6808

Nory's Restaurant
23796 Mercury Rd. - Lake Forest
(949) 458-0318

6959 Cerritos Ave. - Stanton
(714) 761-3332

½ S. Euclid
(714) 774-9115 933

Ole Ole Restaurant
234 South B St. - San Mateo, CA 94401

Parrillas Cholito
12121 Paramount Blvd. - Downey
(562) 622-9389

Peruvian Grill
9606 Hamilton St. - Huntington Beach
(714) 593.3883

Pollos a la Brasa Eagle Rock
2161 Colorado Blvd. #106 -107 - Eagle Rock
(323) 255-6322

Pollos a la Brasa "El Dorado"
730 N. Vine St - Los Angeles
(323) 962.5065

Pollos a la Brasa KiKiRiKi
344 S. Indian Hill Blvd. - Claremont
(909) 624-1114

Punta Sal
3879 Pacific Coast Hwy. - Torrence
(310) 373-0501

Restaurante El Virrey
1353 W. Rosecrens Ave - Los Angeles
(310) 327.1848

Restaurante La Granja Azul
6606 Pacific Blvd. # 107 - Huntington Park
(323) 587.2221

Rinconcito Trujillano
326 E. Palmdale Blvd. - Palmdale
(661) 272-9816

Sabrosísimo Restaurant
2881 Gage Ave. - Huntington Park
(323) 582-4500

Todos Vuelven
8419 State St. - South Gate
(323) 567-5631
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