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.
Cucumber Potato Salad Recipe type: Salad Cucumber Potato Salad is a Bolivian food recipe with tomatoes, cilantro and feta. Ingredients Diced cucumber Feta cheese Diced tomato Diced fresh cilantro Red potatoes Olive oil and white wine vinegar to taste Instructions Cook and cool the potatoes then cut into small pieces as for potato salad. Mix … Continue reading
Pastel de Choclo | Corn and Meat Pie Recipe type: Entree Pastel de Choclo | Corn and Meat Pie is a Bolivian food recipe of their version for beef and chicken pie. Ingredients 6 large ears of corn, kernels only 8 leaves of fresh basil, finely chopped 1 tsp. salt 3 tbsp. butter ½-1 cup … Continue reading
Leche Asada Recipe type: Dessert Leche Asada is a Bolivian food recipe of rich baked custard. Ingredients 6 eggs 2 cups milk 1 cup sugar cinnamon Instructions Blend the eggs, sugar, and milk until well mixed. Pour mixture into a baking dish. Bake at 350F for 1 hour. Let cool and sprinkle with cinnamon before … 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
Ground Beef Stew Recipe type: Entree Ground Beef Stew is a Bolivian food recipe with onions, tomatoes and bananas. Ingredients 1 lb. coarsely ground or finely chopped beef 6 cups of water ½ cup of vegetable oil 2 large onions, coarsely chopped 2 large tomatoes, peeled and coarsely chopped 2 green bananas, sliced crosswise into … Continue reading