Travelling is such an incomparable joy! From the moment you land on a foreign soil, the language, culture, people and weather, everything changes; leaving one with a beaming smile. And well the moment you lay your hands on their food, oh boy, you have just taken the first bite of the city’s life!  Food, hands down, like people, speaks a lot about a place’s culture. We love our travels for the food we get to taste. That’s why we have rummaged around the world to bring you yet another global cuisine for Food Trails - Peruvian.     Peruvian cuisine is a mix of European (Spanish cuisine, Italian cuisine, German cuisine), Asian (Chinese cuisine and Japanese cuisine) and West African cuisines. All mixed, blended and thrown together to form an amazing unity of delicious Peruvian flavours. Take a look at this exquisite cuisine and taste the beautiful culture that is Peru.     Here’s a preview:     Slow Cooked Escabeche Fish     

  

  	
       
      
         
          
             
                  
             
          

          

         
      
       
    

  


     With Latin American reference, the Escabeche is a dish prepared with fish, marinated and cooked in a sharp-tasting mixture, usually colored with pimenton or saffron. Boneless fillet of fish is smeared in citrus cilantro marinade and slow cooked along with red wine vinegar and peppers. Every bite is a wonderful jounrney!     Chicken Aji de Gallina     

  

  	
       
      
         
          
             
                  
             
          

          

         
      
       
    

  


     Aji amarillo peppers aka Yellow chilli, one of most prominent ingredients in the Peruvian cuisine, adorns this exquisite dish, with a hint of fruity berries. A scrumptious, traditional Peruvian dish with strips of chicken cooked in creamy aji amarillo pepper sauce served along with parsley herb potatoes on a bed of flavoursome olive and oregano rice.     Chicken Papa Rellena     

  

  	
       
      
         
          
             
                  
             
          

          

         
      
       
    

  


     Papas rellenas are the most popular type of croquettes in Latin American countries. Baked potato dough is stuffed with flavoursome chicken mince and golden fried to perfection. Served with cheesy jalapeno dip, this dish could easily become your favourite.     Inca roast chicken bowl     

  

  	
       
      
         
          
             
                  
             
          

          

         
      
       
    

  


     This delicacy is could be considered an absolute relic from the Inca civilization. Visit the archaic world of the Inca civilization with this Peruvian perfection. Chicken is marinated in olive oil, lime juice, garlic and spices, and oven-roasted until tender, juicy and crisp-skinned and served with an accompanying green sauce, which gets its color from cilantro and jalapeño peppers. Sigh… heavenly!     Come, walk with the natives of Peru; taste the Peruvian culture; live the Peruvian lifestyle - through their magnificent culinary delicacies, with  FreshMenu . Come, tread the gastronomical paths with  FreshMenu’s Food Trails  and discover delicious like never before.  Order here .     
 
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Travelling is such an incomparable joy! From the moment you land on a foreign soil, the language, culture, people and weather, everything changes; leaving one with a beaming smile. And well the moment you lay your hands on their food, oh boy, you have just taken the first bite of the city’s life!

Food, hands down, like people, speaks a lot about a place’s culture. We love our travels for the food we get to taste. That’s why we have rummaged around the world to bring you yet another global cuisine for Food Trails - Peruvian.

 

Peruvian cuisine is a mix of European (Spanish cuisine, Italian cuisine, German cuisine), Asian (Chinese cuisine and Japanese cuisine) and West African cuisines. All mixed, blended and thrown together to form an amazing unity of delicious Peruvian flavours. Take a look at this exquisite cuisine and taste the beautiful culture that is Peru.

 

Here’s a preview:

 

Slow Cooked Escabeche Fish

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With Latin American reference, the Escabeche is a dish prepared with fish, marinated and cooked in a sharp-tasting mixture, usually colored with pimenton or saffron. Boneless fillet of fish is smeared in citrus cilantro marinade and slow cooked along with red wine vinegar and peppers. Every bite is a wonderful jounrney!

 

Chicken Aji de Gallina

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Aji amarillo peppers aka Yellow chilli, one of most prominent ingredients in the Peruvian cuisine, adorns this exquisite dish, with a hint of fruity berries. A scrumptious, traditional Peruvian dish with strips of chicken cooked in creamy aji amarillo pepper sauce served along with parsley herb potatoes on a bed of flavoursome olive and oregano rice.

 

Chicken Papa Rellena

Papas rellenas are the most popular type of croquettes in Latin American countries. Baked potato dough is stuffed with flavoursome chicken mince and golden fried to perfection. Served with cheesy jalapeno dip, this dish could easily become your favourite.

 

Inca roast chicken bowl

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This delicacy is could be considered an absolute relic from the Inca civilization. Visit the archaic world of the Inca civilization with this Peruvian perfection. Chicken is marinated in olive oil, lime juice, garlic and spices, and oven-roasted until tender, juicy and crisp-skinned and served with an accompanying green sauce, which gets its color from cilantro and jalapeño peppers. Sigh… heavenly!

 

Come, walk with the natives of Peru; taste the Peruvian culture; live the Peruvian lifestyle - through their magnificent culinary delicacies, with FreshMenu. Come, tread the gastronomical paths with FreshMenu’s Food Trails and discover delicious like never before. Order here.