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Ceviche in the heights? This is how they prepare it at this point in Villa María del Triunfo

Pancho and Miguel from “Wariqueando”, content creators and chefs, visited a cebichería called “El Paisa de Chulucanas” in the Villa María del Triunfo district and thus celebrated that it was recently declared intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO. On their social networks they shared their experience and how a good Piuran-style ceviche is prepared.

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We went to the highest hill of Villa María to celebrate that ceviche is Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO” reads the description of the YouTube video.

These content creators narrated the entire process until reaching the highest area of ​​the Villa María del Triunfo district. Once at the restaurant, together with the chef of “El Paisa de Chulucanas” they prepared a ceviche with the grouper fish. In addition, they revealed that they prepare only with the catch of the day.

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In the YouTube video, the master cebichero from “El Paisa de Chulucanas” teaches his secrets and techniques to prepare a good ceviche, which should always have ají limo, a good amount of lemons (piuranos), onions, cilantro and nothing else.

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Every Friday, Miguel and Pancho from Wariqueando share exclusive recipes with Provecho. They teach with simple steps how to prepare the best Peruvian dishes. Plus, they provide tips for those new to cooking.

As they explain on their YouTube channel Wariqueando is “a movement on social networks dedicated to discovering, tasting and disseminating all those huariques that expose the best of Peruvian gastronomy.”

Source: Elcomercio

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