Ceviche takes the top spot of South America’s most popular dishes for the second year in a row. Twenty other Peruvian dishes join the list compiled by the website TasteAtlas.
Will we ever tire of seeing ceviche celebrated around the world? Highly unlikely. The staple Peruvian dish continues to steal hearts and awards, and this year it keeps its crown as the most popular dish in South America.
Ceviche de pescado, the classic version made with raw fish, onions and marinated in lime, topped TasteAtlas’ list of 100 popular dishes. It leads the pack of a whopping 21 Peruvian dishes that were included. The list includes dishes from the coast, jungle and Andes. TasteAtlas is a a digital encyclopedia of food and drinks from around the world.
Take a look at the dishes that made the cut, and click on each to learn more about them. For the complete list of 100, click here.
#83: Chupe de camarones
#59: Papa rellena
#50: Arroz con camarones
#46: Tacu tacu
#45: Arroz chaufa
#43: Aji de gallina
#38: Leche de tigre
#33: Ceviche mixto
#23: Lomo saltado
#15: Pollo a la brasa
Cover photo: Andina
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