Ají de gallina

Ají de gallina is Peruvian chicken stew.wikipedia
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Peruvian cuisine

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Ají de gallina is Peruvian chicken stew.
Ají de gallina (chili chicken) consists of thin strips of chicken served with a creamy yellow and spicy sauce, made with ají amarillo (Peruvian yellow chilis), cheese, milk, bread.

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The dish uses aji amarillo peppers, which are yellow, mildly spicy peppers.
Common dishes with ají "amarillo" are the Peruvian stew Ají de gallina ("Hen Chili"), Papa a la Huancaína and the Bolivian Fricase Paceno, among others.

Stew

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Ají de gallina is Peruvian chicken stew.

Comfort food

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The dish is considered a type of Peruvian comfort food, comprising chicken cooked with yellow chili peppers, walnuts, spices, garlic, and turmeric.

Chili pepper

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The dish is considered a type of Peruvian comfort food, comprising chicken cooked with yellow chili peppers, walnuts, spices, garlic, and turmeric.

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The dish is considered a type of Peruvian comfort food, comprising chicken cooked with yellow chili peppers, walnuts, spices, garlic, and turmeric.

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It is believed to have been introduced in 16th century Peru by African slaves brought to Peru by the Spanish.

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It is believed to have been introduced in 16th century Peru by African slaves brought to Peru by the Spanish.

Chicken

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It was traditionally made using hen, but is made today with chicken.

List of Peruvian dishes

Ají de gallina: A chicken stew made with cream, cheese, aji (hot pepper), and peanuts.