Pebre---The Chilean condiment everyone should know about. La Fuji Mama

Pebre-The Chilean condiment everyone should know about

Pebre (Chilean Chili Salsa) Makes approximately 3 cups *Notes: This is the way Ms. M's grandmother taught her to make pebre. M is from Santiago, so her pebre may look very different from a peb.

Sopaipillas

"Sopaipilla" is a famous chilean food and one of my favorite food, first because it's easy to cook and also because it's very tasty. Sometimes "sopaipillas" taste a little bland but you can mix them with pebre.

Mi Diario de Cocina: Torta de mil hojas con manjar (1,000 layer cake)

Mi Diario de Cocina: Torta de mil hojas con manjar layer cake) - will need to translate page Cake Thousand Leaves with Caramel

The pisco sour cocktail, invented in Peru around 1900, uses a pisco (Peruvian grape brandy) that has a bit of bite to it--that is, nothing too smooth--to create the balance in this creamy, frothy, limey drink.

Pisco Sour

Pisco Sour, the signature Peruvian cocktail! This sweet and sour cocktail contains pisco, a Peruvian grape brandy, egg whites, lime and sugar. Frothy and tart!

My favorite Chilean food: Pastel de Choclo (Corn Pie). Delicious!

Receta de Pastel de choclo chileno

My husbands favorite Chilean food: Pastel de Choclo (Corn Pie). With corn on top and ground meat underneath

Humitas ...(Chilean food, is prepared by grinding fresh corn kernels or corn with chopped onion and basil to the dough. The dough is wrapped in tender leaves of corn (cob) and cooked in salted water. By leveraging may or may not take sugar)

Humitas (Chilean) are prepared by grinding fresh corn with chopped onion and basil to the dough. The dough is wrapped in corn husks and cooked in salted water.


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