SALCHIPAPA – PERUVIAN HOT DOG & FRIES STREET FOOD
Provided by: Eat Peru
Prep time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 15 minutes
|3 large potatoes (500 g.)|
|2 cups oil|
|250 g. Wiener sausages|
|½ cup mayonnaise|
|1 tablespoon aji amarillo paste|
|¼ cup tomato sauce (Optional)|
|¼ cup mustard|
|2 tablespoons coriander (chopped)|
|pinch of salt|
- Wash the potatoes and peel them with a vegetable peeler. Rinse the peeled potatoes and pat dry with a tea towel. Place them on the cutting board, and with a long, sharp knife cut them crosswise in half.
- Take each half and cut it into slices about 1 cm thick. Then take each sliced piece and cut 1 cm thick sticks lengthwise. While you are peeling the potatoes, immerse the sticks in water to prevent them from turning black. When you have peeled all the potatoes, and cut into sticks. Drain the water, pat dry, and add salt to the potato sticks.
- Pour the oil into a skillet over medium-high heat. When you see small bubbles rising from the bottom, add the potato sticks. Make sure they are dry to avoid boiling oil bubbles that can cause injury.
- Fry the potatoes for about three minutes, then carefully, with a kitchen spatula, flip the potato sticks until they are evenly browned on all sides.
- When the potatoes are golden brown, remove them from the oil, let them drain a little on the kitchen spatula and then place them on a flat plate covered with absorbent paper.
- Cut the sausages into pieces to your liking (or use small cocktail-style sausages) and fry them for about a minute in the still-hot oil where the potatoes were cooked.
- Drain the sausages, and place them on a plate covered with absorbent paper.
- Mix half a cup of mayonnaise with the aji amarillo paste. Stir with a fork until you have a completely homogeneous mixture.
- Arrange the potato chips on a plate, add the sausages on top, add the sauces, and parsley to your liking.
- Place the sauces in small containers near the plate and enjoy while it’s still hot.
Calories 928 kcal, CarbohydrateContent 91 g, ProteinContent 22 g, FatContent 55 g, SaturatedFatContent 10 g, CholesterolContent 65 mg, SodiumContent 1811 mg, FiberContent 9 g, SugarContent 7 g, ServingSize 1 serving
How do you make salchipapas?
Salchipapas 1 Fry the potatoes, in batches, in hot oil over high heat until golden, then place them on a paper-lined plate and sprinkle with salt. 2 Slice the sausage into rounds or ovals, then stir-fry in a teaspoon of oil until golden and crispy. 3 Now, add the fries to the pan with the sausages. More items…
What food do they eat in Peru?
You may accompany the dish with several sauces, like ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, or aji (chili). Children are very fond of salchipapas, clearly because they love sausages –in Peru, we call them hot dogs -, and of course, they adore French fries too.
How to cook Italian sausage on french fries?
Slice the sausage into rounds or ovals, then stir-fry in a teaspoon of oil until golden and crispy. Now, add the fries to the pan with the sausages. Serve while still warm, with ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, and aji amarillo paste.
How do you fill a sausage casing with a sausage grinder?
Using the sausage stuffing attachment, hold the casing over the end and start filling it with the machine. Hold the casing on so it doesn’t slide off, and gently hold the sausage as it’s made so that it has a bit of a guide. With a sharp, small skewer or toothpick, prick holes into the sausages.