This variation of the popular Peruvian dish "Lomo Saltado" contains simple but delicious ingredients.
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Being half Peruvian I was quite pleased to see one of the most wonderful dishes of my father's homeland gaining in popularity. While the recipe isn't 100% authentic, as it substitutes Sambal Ulek (Oelek) for ají amarillo (Peruvian Yellow Chili) I understand the change as it can be quite difficult to find outside of South America. I haven't tried this recipe yet but I hope those who do enjoy a peak at one of the world's most rich culinary cuisines.
I made this recipe last night for dinner and was very happy with the end result. I did however substitute the Sambal Ulek for thai chile sauce and I did not have green peppers so I only used red peppers. I also added a little fresh garlic to the recipe.
I made the rice in my little rice maker and that worked out perfect. I will definitely make this recipe again!
as a peruvian prepare this recipe, this wonderfull fusion of some chines tecnics, ingredients and peruvians ingredients too.....man is great!!!!! i love peru jeje...i wanna finish my gastronomics studies and go to other country and show them my culture and the wonderfull flavours of my country.........PERU!!!!!!
vamos resaltemos la cocina peruana !!!!!!!!!!!!!fusion de sabores y cultura!!!!!!!!
I have not yet made the entire recipe but I thought the potatoes looked yummy on their own. I made them and they tasted better than my favourite
"twice cooked" french fries. I have no idea why soaking in hot tap water works, but it does. I didn't have russet potaoes so used yukon gold and used a stoneware baking pan. They really were great.
We're happy you enjoyed the fries!
When making fries, it's best to soak the potatoes prior to cooking. Soaking removes some of the surface sugar from the potato and will give it a delicate, crispy crust. Cold water is often used, however, it's fine to use hot water to speed up the process.
If you click on "Text Recipe", we often add these extra bits of information in the Notes section at the bottom of the page.
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Recipe “Lomo Salteado”
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p.s. I had Sergio one of our camera men translate this for me... thanks Sergio.
I have to say in this case the dish is already flavorful enough. Also the texture of caramelized onions would not lend itself as nicely as the sauteed onions do.
That being said, no one is stopping you from trying this out. But I say save your caramelized onions for something else...like inside a panini or with grilled pork or chicken.
The "Cooking and finishing the dish" step brings you to the "Mise en Place for the Sauce" step in Lemon Chicken w/ Pine Nuts and olives instead of the Lomo Saltado. I don't know why it does this. I've played the Lomo Saltado recipe before and it worked then.
Just thought you might like to fix this mix-up.
I have watched all the video recipes, except this one.This oneis not in the video collection of Rouxbe. I came to this link with the help of Joe's suggestion here http://rouxbe.com/recipes/1092/comments.
How could this be? I am a real fan of the video recipes so I hope I don't miss any recipe.
It was a setting that we had placed on this particular recipe. It has since been fixed, so it should come up when you search under "mains" or "lomo" or even "beef".
And just for the record I made this the other night for dinner, I had forgotten just how good it was. Both Joe and I thought it was really delicious.
Thanks for keeping us on our toes Naouar!
im peruvian and this dish "lomo saltado" does not have any bell peppers or peanut oil the original peruvian lomo saltado main ingredient is soy sauce...so simple tomatoes,red onions,beef,potato and soy sauce some places add little of white wine. thanks!
It's fantastic that you have this unique Peruvian recipe! My suggestions will be to saute the onions separately from the tomato and with a little bit of red wine vinegar in both cases. If you can find red onions they will give much more flavor to your dish! And you MUST try fresh coriander when it is already serve, it will give a fresh flavor and even more color to your dish.