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May 23, 2016 @ 7:07

Peruvian delights at Cocina Peruvia

Who knew that Filipino and Peruvian dishes have so much in common?

Don’t believe us? Check out the menu from Cocina Peruvia where most dishes will sate the craving of Pinoy food enthusiasts because the flavors taste so familiar.

Sample its mouth watering take on the chicharon, but this time, using salmon skin instead of pork skin – a bestseller.

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Or ceviche, or fresh raw fish cured with lemon or lime and spiced with chili, similar to Filipino kilawin or kinilaw.

Their antichuchos, or skewered meats look like Pinoy streetfood but spiced with aji amarillo and chimichurri sauces.

Lastly, there’s the arroz caldo version with cilantro, called the Arroz Verde, mainly because of its color. The dish is made of rice, chicken and cilantro puree, the ingredient responsible for the verde element.

Convinced? If you still aren’t, check out their branch at the BGC to sample their dishes and you won’t be sorry. (By: Angel Ong)



 

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