- Easy way to prepare Huancayo style potatoes
- Creamy sauce made with aji amarillo peppers
- Made in Peru
- Size - 3 x 2.2 oz/64 g
Papa a la huancaina, or Huancayo style potatoes, are a classic Peruvian salad made with yellow potatoes topped with rich, creamy huancaina sauce. Made in Peru with aji amarillo peppers, our huancaina sauce mix is an easy way to recreate this Peruvian favorite at home in just minutes.
Typically served cold as a starter or side dish, papa a la huancaina is made with boiled yellow potatoes similar to American Yukon Gold potatoes. The potatoes are topped with spicy huancaina sauce and served with lettuce and a garnish of black olives, corn and sliced hard boiled egg. Because it is served cold, Huancayo style potatoes are a favorite for picnics and parties in Peru.
To make this creamy sauce at home, pour the mix into a bowl and add 1 cup of milk (preferably evaporated milk) and 1 teaspoon of vegetable oil. Mix until smooth and serve with boiled potatoes. If desired, garnish with lettuce, hard boiled eggs and olives.
Yellow hot pepper powder, ground crackers, whole milk powder, vanilla ground crackers, salt, garlic powder, stabilizer (tara gum E417), and MSG (E621). Contains whole milk. This product is elaborated at installations that process milk, wheat and peanuts.
Serving size 1 tablespoon (16g). Servings per container 4. Calories 65. Fat calories 9. Total fat 1g (2%), Saturated fat 0.2g (1%), Trans fat 0g (0%). Cholesterol 3mg (1%). Sodium 340mg (14%). Total carbohydrate 12g (4%). Sugars 0g. Protein 2g. Dietary fiber 0g (10%). Vitamin A 2%, Vitamin C 3%, Calcium 6%, Iron 1%. Percent daily values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.