When I prepare these chicken wings, the baking aroma coming out of the oven brings me back to my mother’s kitchen. A pleasant flashback that starts with the smell, continues with the heart and ends in a satisfied palate. It is extremely easy to prepare with very few ingredients. […!
This absolutely delicious dish is called in Peru Tallarín Saltado a la Criolla. Its typical–and perhaps more emblematic–variation is known as Lomo Saltado, which is served with white rice and french fries instead of pasta. Yes, Peruvians love the combination of rice and potatoes. Give it a try in both versions, i.e. with pasta (as shown here) or with rice and french fries. […]
For some time I had Menorca on the bucket list. Actually, it was the salesperson of a Pou Nou store in Mallorca, who told us that their clothing brand was originally from Menorca and that the little island (695.7 km² vs. Mallorca’s 3,640 km²) was worthwhile a visit. You can also check my Sneak Peak Curious in Mallorca for tips on the larger island … […]
A recipe that my Peruvian fellows could find similar to the typical Seco but which in this form I do not dare to call like that any more. I have reinvented the dish, adapting it to what is available in this hemisphere–cilantro/coriander sold in grams and not in bunches!–and to my husband’s taste–for him cooked carrots and, especially, peas are a no-go! […]
Part of the amazing biodiversity available in Peru is found in the Pacific Ocean. Living away from the sea, I have adapted conchitas a la parmesana (scallops gratinated with parmesan), a delicious and very popular recipe from the Peruvian coast. […]