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    Re: Picante de papas, original recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by ITUKAWAL
    Jaime, sorry you can't make to the Pyramid Fest. Looking forward to meeting you again.

    At least if Robert brings some of your Picante de papas, you'll be there in spirit. Thanks JT.

    ITIT
    I am really disapointed that I can't go, but I hope you guys slay them up there. Catch a few for me! ;)

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    Re: Picante de papas, original recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by robert_long
    do I have to share with Doc? ;)
    ;D ;D It would be nice if you did save him a piece or two. ::) ;D ;D ;D

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    Re: Picante de papas, original recipe

    Jaime, sorry you can't make to the Pyramid Fest. Looking forward to meeting you again.

    At least if Robert brings some of your Picante de papas, you'll be there in spirit. Thanks JT.

    ITIT

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    Re: Picante de papas, original recipe

    Awesom JT, see you next week ;D ;D ;D

    Robert

    do I have to share with Doc? ;)

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    Re: Picante de papas, original recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by drstressor
    I think we need to have a Compadrejt-fest. 8-)

    I'm going to DC on Wednesday and he has me psyched to hit a Peruvian restaurant.
    Doc,

    Peruvian cuisine is very broad in variety. I am sure you'll enjoy it. I have a list of Peruvian places in the bay area. Let me know if you ever need it. ;)

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    Re: Picante de papas, original recipe

    I think we need to have a Compadrejt-fest. 8-)

    I'm going to DC on Wednesday and he has me psyched to hit a Peruvian restaurant.

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    Re: Picante de papas, original recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by robert_long
    Hey JT can you make some for fest. I know your not coming :'( but I am sure it would be enjoyed at the fest ;D

    Robert
    Sure, I will. And I'll drop it off to you on Thurs to your shop on my way to Coyote! ;)

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    Re: Picante de papas, original recipe

    Hey JT can you make some for fest. I know your not coming :'( but I am sure it would be enjoyed at the fest ;D

    Robert

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    Picante de papas, original recipe

    Picante de papas, peruvian cuisine.
    (Potato picante)


    Ingredients

    1-½ lb potatoes
    1 Aji or jalapeno pepper (for the brave, sub with tai peppers) [smiley=evil.gif]
    aji amarillo

    Ό teaspoon turmeric
    4 table spoons olive oil
    ½ cup of onion diced
    ½ cup tomatoes diced
    3/4-cup water
    1/3-cup Parmesan cheese
    1 slice white bread
    1 egg yolk, beaten
    1 small clove of garlic
    3 tablespoon grated walnuts
    Salt
    Black pepper
    1 hard-boiled egg, sliced.
    4 calamata olives, sliced.
    Peruvian Botija Olives


    For 6-8 servings

    Potatoes
    Boil potatoes in a pot with water. It usually takes about 15 minutes to cook for small size potatoes and may be 20-30 minutes for larger ones. Do not overcook or the potatoes will get mushy and fall apart. Peal and cut to ½” slices after it’s cooked.

    Sauce
    Seed and de-vine the jalapeno pepper. Then make a paste out of it along with the garlic, bread, water, turmeric and walnuts with a blender. Let it be there for now.
    In a frying pan fry the onions and tomatoes in the 4 tablespoons of oil till the onions are slightly clear then add this to the blender and puree. Boil the puree in the frying pan again and add salt and pepper to taste. Mix well and remove off the flame and add the egg yolk and cheese. Mix well again.


    Pour this sauce on top of the sliced potatoes. Decorate with boiled eggs and olive slices.

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