Ready in 45 minutes
Lomo Saltado is a dish that is part stir-fry (inspired by the Chinese food, as there are many Chinese restaurants called "chifas" in Peru thanks to a large population of Asian immigrants) and part traditional.
Heat 4 tablespoons oil in pan.
Cut meat into approximately 2 1/2 cm x 1 cm pieces and panfry. Season with salt, pepper, and cumin. Mix in pimenton and oregano.
Remove meat from pan and put aside.
Combine onions, garlic, pepper and vinegar, cook for several minutes. Add tomatoes and mix well. Return meat to pan and sprinkle with parsley.
Fry the potatoes in hot oil.
Serve dish with the french fries and some white rice.
Tatertotter 2y agoWhoa, this is PERFECT! It tastes just like we used to have it in Lima Peru at a great restaurant. Loved the jalapenos for the kick. No leftovers, nada! Thank u Firebyrd for this terrific authentic dish.
Gex 2y agoLomo Saltado is from Peru specifically. There is no oregano or jalapeños in this dish.
Jessy0623 3y agoI am a beginner cook and this came out great. I did add a little bit of soy sauce and used a little less onions as my family does not love onions. Thanks for sharing!!
claudiahidalgocarter 3y agoThis dish uses the best ingredients and it is perfect. as the one I remember I used to have in my country Ecuador!!
joedelara 4y agoTwo strips lengthwise of what?
Bayshaq 4y agoI love this dish...when I went to the Peruvian festival last year I waited in line for more than an hour!!!
Austinmartinez0707 4y agoVery good and easy to make
MinnaPepina 4y agoAs a Peruvian myself, I really have to give this some praise...the seasoning is perfect and the fries really hit the spot! Making at least twice a month now!
Asprilla 6y agoDemonic - what is pimenton? Also, where is the Peruvian sauce'? Aji amarija or whatever it's called?
Rcartage 6y agoThis dish came out perfect! It tasted exactly like it did years ago when I ordered it at a Peruvian restaurant. A must try!