This Peruvian roasted chicken with green sauce is much easier than it looks. To make the chicken crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside you marinate it in lime juice, olive oil, garlic, cumin, paprika, salt, pepper, and oregano. Then you roast it in the oven and broil it at the end to make sure it gets crisp. The green sauce is made of cilantro, yogurt, jalapeños and lime.
I haven’t shared this with you, but we’ve been on the road again. Well, not literally, but for the past few months I’ve been fascinated with Peruvian cuisine and have had lots of fun traveling (in a culinary sense) to this beautiful country on the western coast of South America – all while hanging out in my little North... Read More »
For all the meat and potato lovers out there, this healthier spin on a classic Peruvian stir-fry dish combines two of my favorite cuisines – Latin and Chinese! Chinese cuisine in Peru, referred to as "Chifa", is embedded in the Peruvian culture where you'll find a wonderful fusion of flavors, colors, textures utilizing Chinese and Peruvian ingredients. I took one of Peru's most emblematic dishes, "Lomo Saltado" and lightened it up a bit – without losing any of it's amazing flavor. This dis...