Every October 31, the Day of the Creole Song is celebrated in Peru., a day full of tradition and melodies. On this date, we Peruvians pay homage to the musical genre, but we also take the opportunity to prepare delicious Creole dishes to accompany this celebration that was born 76 years ago.
What options do we have to prepare at home? Sayón Soda Cookies , one of the 13 products that are part of “Brands by your side” , a recent initiative launched by Alicorp to support Peruvian families with quality products at affordable prices, shares an economical and simple recipe to prepare:
Potato with ocopa sauce . A typical Peruvian dish direct from the originalpicanterías in the white city of Arequipa.
¼ cup of oil
1 tablespoon chili paste (or 30 grams)
1 fried onion (or 150 grams)
2 cloves of garlic (or 4 grams of garlic)
3 Sayon Soda Crackers
15 grams of huacatay leaves
15 grams of coriander leaves
¾ cup evaporated milk (or 185 milliliters)
200 grams of fresh cheese
3 tablespoons of roasted peanuts (or 45 grams)
· Boiled potatoes
· Boiled eggs
· Salt and pepper to taste
· Heat the oil in a frying pan.
· Add the onion, garlic, mirasol chili paste, coriander and huacatay. Let cook for a few minutes.
· Blend the milk with the previous mixture.
· Add the peanuts, fresh cheese, the Sayón soda crackers and the oil in the blender. The sauce should have a semi-thick consistency.
· On a plate, place the sliced parboiled potato, pour the sauce and decorate with sliced egg, olives and lettuce.
Whether as a snack or side dish, enjoy either of these two options and celebrate this day at home. Let’s eat!
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