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Tamarillo Cranberry Chutney

Tamarillo is a small, tangy fruit known as the tree tomato in English, although it isn't a tomato at all. You can read more about tamarillo (also known as tomate de árbol in Spanish and sold commercially in U.S. Latin markets) on my page about BOLIVIAN FRUIT here. In Bolivia, tamarillo is usually used to make juice or jam so I thought it might taste great as chutney. I tried this on pork ribs and loved it - so I've…See More
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Silpancho with Rice and Fried Potatoes

Silpancho is a popular dish in Bolivia made with common ingredients but packs a caloric punch. It's formed by layering its ingredients with a thin slice of beef the centerpiece. Serves 6Ingredients: 2 pounds beef cut VERY thin (your butcher can do this for you) (should be about 6 large, thin slices) 6 large potatoes 6 eggs 2 cups bread crumbs ½ cup fresh onion (very finely chopped, you can even grate it if you prefer) 2 tomatoes chopped small (firm, Roma tomatoes work best) 1 fresh locoto (a…See More
Nov 7, 2010

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My passion for Bolivia has turned my website, BoliviaBella.com, into one of the top-viewed Bolivia websites in the world. I love Latin America and its cultures.
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Sandwich de Chola

Posted on February 23, 2012 at 8:30am 0 Comments



I have really great memories about eating sandwiches de chola. That's because I used to get together with my friends after school for a sandwich de chola and a soda when I lived in La Paz. We did…

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Tamarillo Cranberry Chutney

Posted on June 19, 2011 at 3:30pm 1 Comment



Tamarillo is a small, tangy fruit known as the tree tomato in English, although it isn't a tomato at all. You can read more about tamarillo (also known as tomate de árbol in Spanish and sold commercially in U.S. Latin markets) on my page about BOLIVIAN FRUIT here. In Bolivia, tamarillo is usually used to make juice or jam so I thought it might taste…

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Silpancho with Rice and Fried Potatoes

Posted on November 7, 2010 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

Silpancho



Silpancho is a popular dish in Bolivia made with common ingredients but packs a caloric punch. It's formed by layering its ingredients with a thin slice of beef the centerpiece.



Serves 6



Ingredients:

2 pounds beef cut…

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Api Morado, Bolivian Breakfast Food

Posted on October 12, 2010 at 11:00am 0 Comments

Api Morado



Api morado (purple api) is made from purple corn. Similar to api blanco (made from while frangollo corn). It is served at breakfast time. It’s thick and hearty and can be served hot or cold. Customarily we accompany any type of api with an empanada or other pastry.



Serves 8

Ingredients:

2 cups ground purple corn (also called purple corn… Continue

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