This Peruvian sauce is served over baked potatoes and is DELICIOUS. You can serve over white rice, noodles, or any kind of potato.
Peruvian food is definitely in the limelight right now. The country's long coastline and access to so many ingredients, paired with its long history of immigrants from Japan, China, Italy and more, makes its cuisine undeniably one of the most versatile and refined in the world.
One of its essential dishes is papas a la huancaína, which is basically baked potatoes smothered in a delicious, creamy salsa huancaína. Here, I'm giving you the recipe for that sauce! You can use it for not just baked potatoes, but for mashed potatoes, white rice and over any other dish that you want to pair with this tasty salsa.
1/2cup white onions chopped
10oz. queso fresco unsalted, preferably
1/2cup evaporated milk
3 Ají amarillos (or 1/2 cup ají amarillo paste, if you cannot find ají amarillos)