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.
Pumpkin, Potato and Peanut Soup Recipe type: Soup Pumpkin, Potato and Peanut Soup is a Bolivian food recipe for a hearty flavored soup. Ingredients 4 cups chicken or vegetable stock 1 cup peanut butter 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 minced onion 2 chopped carrots 1 can pumpkin 3 cups potatoes garlic to taste cilantro to … Continue reading
Quinoa Salad Recipe type: Salad Quinoa Salad is a Bolivian food recipe with vegetables. Ingredients 1 cup Quinoa 2 cups Water 1 tomato, chopped 1 pepper, chopped 1 onion, chopped Feta cheese Greek olives Dressing olive oil lemon juice garlic salt and pepper to taste Instructions Wash quinoa until the suds and bitter taste are … Continue reading
Squash Soup Recipe type: Soup Squash Soup is a Bolivian food recipe with hot chilies, onions and carrots. Ingredients 2 tablespoons butter 2 medium onions, chopped 2 medium carrots, chopped 2 cloves of garlic, chopped 1 cup tomato puree 2 fresh, hot chilies, seeded and chopped 2½ pounds butternut squash, peeled and cubed 5 cups … Continue reading
Locro | Hearty Stew Recipe type: Entree Locro | Hearty Stew is a Bolivian food recipe with beef, beans and mixed vegetables. Ingredients 500 g dry peeled yellow corn 250 g dry white beans 1 kg beef, cubed 400 g bacon, cubed 1 orange or yellow squash, peeled and diced 10 small baking potatoes, peeled … Continue reading
Pork Fricassé Recipe type: Entree Pork Fricassé is a Bolivian food recipe with hominy and chilies. Ingredients Pork, cubed Garlic Cumin Chiles or hot sauce Hominy 12 Chuno or small peeled potatoes Instructions Stew large chunks of pork in a broth flavoured to taste with garlic, cumin, and chiles or a small amount of hot … Continue reading