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Italian food - Go to eaaaat!
Italian food - The sauce with: a bit oil, onion, garlic, chicken, tomatoes, mushroom and laurel, a little grated carrot, salt, pepper, oregano and a splash of wine
Italian food - The salad
Italian food - The noodles cooked.

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Nana_gincin Nana_gin…
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Tallarines rojos / Red noodles Jun 03, 2014
Del encuentro entre los mundos europeo y americano, hubo un gran intercambio y eso se evidencia también en la influencia italiana. En cuanto a comida, el Perú le dió a Italia la papa y el tomate, y los italianos crearon los gnocchis y la salsa de tomate, y de Italia nos llegaron las pastas.

Esta "colaboración" empieza a darse a inicios del siglo XIX y se produjo la fusión con mucho sabor local, en Perú no se comen tallarines al pesto, se comen tallarines verdes (con albahaca y espinaca); no se come tallarines a la boloñesa, se come tallarines rojos. Además, no es sólo fideo y salsa, aquí siempre se le pone algún tipo de carne que puede ser frita y puesta encima o cocida en la salsa; en esta ocasión, del menú de hoy, les presento los tallarines rojos con pollo acompañados de una ensalada light, rabanito, zanahoria, lechuga, col china y pepino, aliñado con limón y un poco de sal. Buen provecho! :)


The encounter between the European and American worlds, there was a great exchange and that was also evident in the Italian influence. As for food, Peru gave to Italy potato and tomato, and the Italians created the gnocchi and tomato sauce, and from Italy arrived pastas.

This "collaboration" begins to occur in the early nineteenth century and fusion occurred with very local flavor; in Peru not eat noodles with pesto, we eat "green noodles" (with basil and spinach); no eats spaghetti bolognese, we eat red noodles. Moreover, not only noodles and sauce, here always is added some type of meat can be fried and placed on top or cooking in the sauce; this time, the menu today, I present the red noodles with chicken accompanied by a creolé light salad: radish, carrot, lettuce, chinese cabbage and cucumber, seasoned with lemon and a bit salt. Bon appetit! :D
The sauce with: a bit oil, onion, …
The noodles cooked.
The salad
Go to eaaaat!
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Chokk says:
Looks awesome :D
Posted on: Jun 05, 2014
Nana_gincin says:
Hehehehe Jim, you will be rolling! :D
Posted on: Jun 04, 2014
rsvpme says:
More ..more.........More...:)
Posted on: Jun 04, 2014
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