Saturday, April 28, 2007

Recipe For Lomo Saltado At Quixo

La Casa del Inka Restaurant

Photo: Chef Daiz

The folks at Quixo have adapted this classic Peruvian recipe for those living outside Peru. As they say in their introduction to the recipe:

"Lomo Saltado is basically a stir-fry that becomes a one-dish meal, although it requires separate cooking of rice, french fries, and the stir-fried meat and vegetables. Many Americans, especially in the post-Atkins diet era, look askance at the inclusion of both rice and potatoes in one dish, but give it a chance, as it really is delicious. The potatoes are for flavor (yes, flavor – Peruvian potatoes have real flavor!) while the rice is needed to soak up the juices. "

To read the complete post, and access the recipe visit this link.

Click here for the Peru Food main page.

TAGS: Peru, Peruvian, food, cooking, cuisine, cocina, comida, gastronomía, peruana


Juan Arellano said...

Diablos, mi plato favorito. Pero siempre lo como en versiones "populares", no me lo imagino como un plato "sofisticado".

::Alejandro:: said...

Yo me como todas las versiones que me sirven...


CookingDiva - Chef Melissa said...

Se ve delicioso! ya me dio hambre :) Que pasen un lindo domingo...