Lomo Saltado is the national dish of Peru. It comes from the tradition of Chifa, or Chinese cooking in Peru brought to the country by Chinese immigrants in the early 1900s. This is also Dash of Sazón co-creator Ezzio Lavarello’s favorite dish! This is a family recipe that has been passed down to us, and now we’ll entrust it to you all. Pisco is Peru’s famous liquor, made from grapes, it is light and fruity and makes any party better. Including the party in your mouth that is this Lomo Saltado.
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For Peruvian Garlic Rice:
For French Fries:
For Lomo Saltado
Peruvian Garlic Rice:
Prepare a plate for serving. Scoop rice onto a plate and set french fries next to it, leaving space for the Lomo Saltado. Set next to the stove.
Have everything ready because things will go quickly.
*Note: You can find ají amarillo at your local Hispanic grocery. If you don’t have one, we’re sorry to hear that. After sufficient crying, sub with habanero pepper. If you live in Honolulu,HI the only place to get Aji Amarillo is Mercado De La Raza
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