.

MundoAndino Home : Chile Guide at Mundo Andino

Chupe


Tweet

Related topics:
Chilean cuisine
Chilean cuisine Forum

Chupe is thought of as a soup, although it more closely resembles a stew in North American parlance. It is typically eaten with a large spoon, although a knife and fork may also be used to carve pieces of meat from bones, or to peel shrimp. It is generally made with chicken, red meat, lamb or beef tripe and other offal, or with fish or shellfish such as loco. Vegetables are also a staple ingredient of chupes. All chupes contain potatoes in some form.

Chupe de Camarones (made with crayfish) is widely popular among the Southern coastal region of Peru (originally from Arequipa) Although the original recipe calls for crayfish, shrimp chupe has become more widely eaten, as fresh or frozen shrimp become more common. The preparation consists of cooking potatoes and onions in butter, then adding various spices, such as chilli powder. Then, water, tomatoes, and sometimes chicken broth are added. Before serving the broth, it is mixed with milk.

Chupe is typical of South American cuisine, but more specifically to the cuisines of Chile and Peru. The city of Arequipa in Peru has a traditional sequence of chupes that are served on specific days of the week. On Fridays , the chupe is meatless because of the religious traditions of the country.

External links

Chupe de Camarones recipe

Peru Taste - Arequipenian Restaurants

Didn't find what you were looking for.
Need more information for your travel research or homework?
Ask your questions at the forum about Chilean cuisine or help others to find answers.

This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article Chupe


Disclaimer - Privacy Policy - 2009