Bolivian Food is a mix of Amerindian and Spanish elements. Bolivia shares some Bolivian food recipes of common foods with its neighbors Peru and Ecuador, such as potatoes and corn as well as a hot peppery cuisine. Traditional Bolivian food has distinct differences between the highland and lowland cuisines with highland cooking being peppery hot, featuring corn and cheese and lowland food of cooked banana and cassava.
Stir-Fry Recipe type: Entree Stir-Fry is a Bolivian food recipe with local seasonal vegetables. Ingredients Rice Oil Vegetables (broccoli, cabbage, onion, beans, garlic, corn, chili) Instructions Cook the rice according to directions. Chop the vegetables. Stir-fry vegetables in oil then serve with rice. 2.2.8 … Continue reading
Lemon Pie Lemon Pie is a Bolivian food recipe for a version of the famous pie. Ingredients 3 lemons 1 can condensed milk ½ cup of white sugar 125 g. butter 1 egg 1½ c. flour ⅛ c. warm water Instructions Grease pie plate. Mix butter with flour. Add egg and mix. Add water … Continue reading
Cheese and Olive Empanadas Recipe type: Entree Cheese and Olive Empanadas are a Bolivian food recipe for stuffed pastries. Ingredients 2 cups all-purpose flour ½ teaspoon salt ⅔ cup shortening 6 tablespoons water 1¼ ounces stuffed green olives, chopped ¼ cup cheddar cheese, grated Instructions Combine flour and salt. Cut in the shortening until pieces … Continue reading
Beef and Pumpkin Stew Recipe type: Entree Beef and Pumpkin Stew is a Bolivian food recipe for a stew baked in a pumpkin. Ingredients 4 cups water Salt 3 ears corn, shucked and sliced 1 cup olive oil 1 large onion, minced 1 red pepper, cubed 1 green pepper, cubed 2 pounds beef top round … Continue reading
Saice | Spicy Beef Recipe type: Entree Saice | Spicy Beef is a Bolivian food cooked with aji which is similar to hot pepper. Ingredients 2 lbs lean beef, cubed very small 1 tablespoon aji 4 medium onions, chopped 2 tablespoons parsley, chopped 1 clove garlic, finely chopped oregano, cumin, pepper & salt to taste … Continue reading