Peruvian Aji amarillo paste (yellow) chiles are from South America, predominantly Peru. This beautiful yellow chile (Aji amarillo) is quite hot with a slightly fruity flavor. Use the Aji amarillo in salsa, ceviche, sauces, paste or pickled.
Basic Peruvian (aderezo) paste or sofrito is a sauce used as a base in Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and Latin American cooking. Preparations may vary, but it typically consists of aromatic ingredients cut into small pieces and sauteed or braised in cooking oil. Enjoy this amazing Peruvian recipe
Guacamole is Mexican, sure but as the Peruvian version of this famous avocado dip is so popular in the country and accompanies numerous starters and other dishes. Peruvian guacamole sauce is a must when serving appetizer like Tequeños or Fried Cassava (Yuca Frita), but often it also accompanies meat and fish dishes, salads, sometimes even empanadas and (party) snacks.
Peruvian Salsa Criolla is the perfect accompaniment to many dishes. The lime juice is what makes this onion salsa/relish special. It adds a bright flavor that sweetens the onions and livens up everything else on the plata. It is typically served with toast, seafood, meat or rice.