Nothing more comforting than the flavors of our childhood. Who can resist a plate of olluquito? It is one of those recipes that we all like, my daughters love it and I love being able to share this taste with them.
First wash and cut the ollucos in half lengthwise and then into half moons (they can also be grated like coins. Then seal the meat with vegetable oil, in a thick-bottomed or non-stick pot. Remove and reserve. In the same Add the onion to the pot and cook for a few minutes. Then add a little salt to make it sweat and raise the juices from the meat. Immediately add the garlic, ají amarillo paste and paprika and cook until the dressing separates (it looks like Add the meat (with its juices), the ollucos, salt and pepper. Cook over medium heat covered for approximately 30 minutes. At the end taste the seasoning and rectify if necessary. Then, off the heat, add a tablespoon of olive or vegetable oil and chopped parsley. Serve and enjoy.
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