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Carapulcra

Category
FOOD

Language
SPANISH

Carapulcra, or carapulca, is an ancient Andean dish that has been prepared for centuries by both Quechua peoples and Aymara peoples. The original term for this dish in the Aymara_language is "qala phurk'a," which means a stew made with hot stones. It is a Peruvian cuisine and Bolivian cuisine stew of pork and papa seca , with peanuts, aji panca and mirasol peppers, garlic, and other spices like clove. It is a modern adaptation of a traditional Andean soup dish. In ancient times llama meat or alpaca meat would have been used, and some people still use these meats today.[1] It is usually eaten with rice, boiled potatoes or yuca.[2]

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