If you have been on #foodtok then you have definitely seen the engaging theatrics and different twists creators use on foods. More food creators lately have been incorporating Peruvian ingredients or profiling traditional Peruvian dishes into their content… and we love to see it!
If you’re looking for food accounts to follow for some inspiration in the kitchen. Here are four different cretors that are using Peruvian ingredients and recipes that you need to follow.
Ahmad Alzahabi creates content that shows you how to cook the perfect meat and other savory dishes. Most of his recipes range from indulgent to healthy meals you can cook at home. He recently cooked Lomo Saltado, a traditional Peruvian dish that’s easy to make, with ingredients you will likely have in your pantry.
Nasim Lahbichi is a New York-based food creator. He has written cookbooks for Urban outfitters. His recipes are primarily plant-based and range from beautiful decadent desserts to Moroccan-inspired main courses. He recently profiled Aji Verde, a popular Peruvian sauce and mushroom saltado. This recipe is plant-based friendly and embodies traditional Peruvian ingredients.
Adrianna Guevara Adarme is a recipe developer and cookbook writer who also happens to be Peruvian. She has written Pancakes: 72 Sweet and Savory Recipes for the Perfect Stack and The Perfect Year of Cozy. She has profiled traditional Peruvian recipes such as Tallarines Verdes, a Peruvian pesto which uses evaporated milk and queso fresco. She has also profiled Papa a La Huaincaina, a famous Peruvian potato dish, Lomo Saltado and Pollo a La Brasa.
Her recipes are easy to make at home and use ingredients you can easily find in your kitchen or local grocery store.
Bradly Jimenez, AKA Brad the Boxer, shares vegan cooking videos on TikTok. His recipes are health conscious and are ideal for those who are looking to eat plant-based while still being healthy. Brad made a Peruvian aji verde sauce, which can easily be made plant-based.
These four accounts have great recipes you can make at home and if you’re curious about dipping your feet into traditional Peruvian home cooking, these are the creators you need to follow.