Peruvian cuisine stems mainly from the combination of Spanish and Indigenous cuisines with traditional native Peruvian ingredients, and with later influences from thecuisines of China, Italy, West Africa and Japan, due to the arrival of immigrants from those locations. Due to a lack of ingredients from their home regions in Peru, these immigrants modified theirtraditional cuisine using items native to Peru and those which had been introduced by the Spanish during the colonial period. The three traditional staples of Peruvian cuisine are corn, potatoes andbeans. These ingredients have been combined with a number of staples brought by the Spanish, such as rice, wheat and meat (such as beef, pork and chicken). Many traditional foods, such as quinoa, kiwicha,chili peppers and several roots and tubers, which had been tossed aside for European products since Colonial times, have seen a resurgence in popularity in recent decades with a revival of interest innative Peruvian food crops and culinary techniques.
In as dear school :
do not forget the events that our beloved school gave the AF as the contest for the bestpicateria in which all participated Slone and decorated their classroom to resemble a traditional picanteia
for which I should add that the most outstanding were the higher grades, 5 years of school,delicious dishes paraded as a good marinade to a rich Arequipa stuffed hot pepper.
tanbien our school has classes that are taught only dining at the primary level and we are seeing great interest insmall taster of what your teacher taught to prepare.
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