Ceviche is a light refreshing dish made from fresh raw fish ‘cooked’ (cured) in citrus juices, such as lemon or lime, and spiced with ají or chili peppers.
Anticuchos are skewers of meat or fish, marinated and cooked on a chargrill. They are traditionally made with ox heart but they may also be made with chicken breast, chicken thighs, chicken liver, steak, lamb or fish. They are a popular party food in South America.
Tiger’s Milk or the more traditionally called Leche de Tigre is a Peruvian sauce that’s forms the base of the sauce used in the country’s most famous dish, Ceviche Leche de Tigre is usually made using lime juice, sliced onion, chillies, salt, pepper and of course the wonderful juices of the fish it helps to marinate. It’s sometimes […]
Pisco Sour is a typical South American cocktail. Pisco is a grape liquor and the sweetened lime juice makes it deliciously sour.