Easy queque de platano recipe

Queque de plantano, or ‘plantain bread’ or ‘banana bread’, is a popular snack in Peru, made with very ripe bananas or plantains, eggs, butter, flour, and some sugar for extra sweetness. Add some cinnamon for a little sweet-spicy kick. Add some pecans or walnuts, raisins, cranberries, apricots, and chocolate. Mix together baking soda, baking powder, and a...

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Peruvian Conchitas a la Parmesana

One thing’s for sure about this dish, it’s a head turner. Your family members or dinner guests will ooh and ahh when these incredibly aesthetic scallops arrive on the table. It’s a crowd pleasing seafood dish that will have everyone pulling out their phones to photograph. It’s hard not to admire the natural presentation, even if you’re...

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Pepián de Choclo – delicious chicken & corn stew with a spicy kick

Pepián de Choclo, a traditional corn stew with roots in Pre-Hispanic times is a rich, savory-spicy stew perfect for serving over rice. The name “Pepián” originates from the word “pipuyan,” meaning “to thicken,” aptly describing the dish’s luscious, creamy sauce. Meanwhile, “choclo” translates to “corn” in English, highlighting the stew’s primary ingredient. Since the 19th century, the...

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