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December 27, 2012 / Food Follower

Lomo Saltado

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You really can’t get more Peruvian than lomo saltado, and I absolutely love this dish. It’s pieces of beef cooked with onions and tomatoes and usually served with rice and some sort of potato. (Mine came with fries and rice with corn). Lomo saltado is the Peruvian version of beef bourguignon. My aunt told me that good lomo saltado has a little pisco (a popular Peruvian liquor) in it. I did not taste any pisco in my dish, but it was great nonetheless.

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  1. maddy / Dec 28 2012 5:12 pm

    DELISH!

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