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Lomo saltado (cuisine)

Lomo saltado is a Peruvian entree that has Asian influences (chifa) consisting of strips of sirloin marinated in vinegar, soy sauce and spices, then stir fried with red onions, parsley and tomatoes. Served traditionally over white rice with homemade french fries.

There are many different ways and little tweeks people have on Saltado (some like above add their own asian influence) but, it is simply put, Stirfry. (A great winter dish!)

typically made with steak sliced into strips, 1 whole onion sliced and sauteed, 4 med. tomatoes sliced and sauteed, french fries, some thyme, salt and pepper. Some other ingredients people add to their own variantion of saltado: cilantro, hot peppers, lime, garlic, rosemary, red wine. This dish is served with rice.

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