Very poor recipe chosen for Peru as in it's not a real one. Seems to me it was simply fabricated due to a lack of knowledge on the part of the writer. Furthermore, why was it listed in English and not Spanish if it really was a valid recipe? No other non-English country's recipe was translated. For a real Peruvian chicken recipe look up Aji de Gallina or Pollo a la Brasa.
Disagree with the above. I think it's great to translate the recipe to English so that more people who can see and practice
NORIR82 is referring to the name of the recipe, not the instructions - all the other recipes are listed under their original names, but the Peruvian one is simply called "Chicken Stew". I haven't tried the recipe so can't comment on its authenticity, but it does seem out of place that this recipe would be singled out to be given a nondescript generic name - especially when other recipes are listed with names like "Tininon Mannok Yan Hineska' Agaga" and "Kotopoulo me Dendrolivano"!
Hi Norir. This recipe is Hungarian or Transilvanian and not from Peru. If you like it in Hungarian language, I bet you would not understand a word.
I think the recipe is on point. Sometimes simple works. I like the flavors, but I added some garlic to the velvety sauce. The chicken was tender and juicy. Very good recipe. However, I'd agree why the name change on the dish? Keep it traditional.
Hi, I've written many times before requesting that there be a way to categorize saved recipes. This would be really great!
Yes, please make it possible to categorize recipes, perhaps as simply as appetizers, main course, sides, desserts. Anything would be better than having to scroll through the entire list, even just alphabetizing...
Yes, maybe the ability to save under certain categories or to make our own folders.
I right click and make a shortcut when I am thru I go look at the ones I marked I dont go to the recipe till after.
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