Classic Central and South American Dishes
Take a culinary tour of "the other Americas" by experimenting with traditional flavors of Venezuela, Chile, Peru, and more.
Both Chile and Peru take credit for the creation of the Pisco Sour, which features pisco (a South American brandy), lemon juice, simple syrup, egg whites, and bitters. Chile attributes the origin of this drink to an English sailor who settled there in the 1870s, while Peru claims that it was invented in Bar Nichole in the early 1920s. Like the Mojito, the Pisco Sour continues to gain popularity in the U.S.
Recipe: Pisco Sour
Churrasco with Pebre (Grilled Beef Tenderloin with Chilean Cilantro Sauce)
Cinnamon-Scented Rice Milk
Gallo Pinto (Beans and Rice)
Quinoa-Stuffed Poblano Chiles
Tres Leches Cake (Three Milks Cake)
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