Chuleta de Puerco Encebollada, Pork Chops with Onions and Peruvian Peppers

 Chuleta de Puerco Encebollada- Peruvian-inspired, juicy pork chops cooked with onions and aji amarillo peppers for that perfect amount of spice.

Pork Chops with Onions

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Tacu Tacu, Peruvian Style Leftover Beans and Rice

Lomo a la Pobre con Tacu Tacu, the best leftovers you have ever had!Tacu TacuThis post may contain affiliate links. Use of these links supports My Gluten Free Miami at no cost to you. Thanks for your support!

I understand, and I have the answer.

Red Beans and Rice
We’ve all been there. You just made an awesome dinner, such as my Louisiana Style Red Beans and Rice, you eat till your stuffed and then you have just a little bit leftover. Now, I have no issues eating leftovers, but I have more than one friend whose husband will not eat leftovers. Talk about frustrating.

No worries, Peruvian’s have figured out a way to solve this leftover beans and rice problem.

Tacu Tacu is the answer.

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Peruvian Causa, Spicy Mashed Potatoes

Peruvian Causa, Spicy Mashed Potatoes with Lime Juice, filled with your choice of salad or veggies. The perfect meal!CausaMainThis post contains affiliate links. Purchases through these links support My Gluten Free Miami at no cost to you. Thank you!

Peruvian Causa, Spicy Mashed Potatoes

One of my absolute favorite Peruvian dishes is Causa. Causa is super simple to make and has so many uses. Causa itself refers to the spicy mashed potatoes that are seasoned with aji amarillo and lime. It can be filled with chicken salad, tuna salad, avocado, shrimp salad, ceviche or really anything you like! Traditionally it has a bit of mayonnaise on top to counteract the spiciness, and in true Peruvian style, a hard boiled egg.

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Peruvian Deviled Eggs, A Delicious Twist

Peruvian Deviled Eggs, give your deviled eggs a kick!Peruvian Deviled Eggs

Spring Time

Yesterday was the first official day of spring, and nothing says spring like a plate of deviled eggs. They are the perfect addition to any brunch, lunch, or dinner. With Easter coming up, it is more than likely that you will have an abundance of hard boiled eggs lying around. Everyone loves to color them, but what do you do with them after that? One of the great things about eggs is that they are naturally gluten free. As long as you are careful with what you add to them, they are a dish that most people can enjoy!

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