Pachamanca Farm Lunch In The Sacred Valley Peru
Pachamanca Peruvian Food is one of the traditional local Inca time lunch, and prepared in Cusco region of Peru Country by local people with nature ingredients from the local village, which is located along the famous sacred valley of the Incas.
So, Peru is gaining a reputation as a tourist destination for local gastronomy and culinary travel, and Local Pachamama Lunch is one of the ancient cooking food, mainly, it was very famous in the Inca time.
What Is Pachamanca Lunch Along The Sacred Valley???
Mainly Pachamanca word is in the Quechua language, and Pacha means earth and Manca means oven, which was quite famous in the Inca time, and nowadays is served along the sacred valley of the Incas, where grows all the local ingredients for Pachamanaca food in the Cusco region, Peru.
Preparation About Pachamanca Lunch In Cusco, Peru
At our place in the sacred valley of the Incas, our local chef prepares the Local Pachamanca Lunch, like this
First, we use some strong white granite stones and heat them up with Eucaliptous firewood, and once the stones are extremely hot, the local ingredients are covered between the hot stone for the cooking time, then is covered with some local herbs and some blanket, and afterward, on the top of it, we place plenty soil.
Mainly the cooking time is 20 minutes in the local earth oven.
Ingredients For Pachamanca Farm Lunch By Local People
We have sweet potatoes, some sandy potatoes, yucca, then some meat, chicken, local vegetables, some fava beans, plantain bananas, then some type of local tubers, and some fresh corn.
Then, we have some local salads and some local spicy sauce with cream, then some local drink, which is named Chicha morada, which is prepared from purple corn.
Also, we offer this Pachamanca local lunch in Cusco Peru, with the multi-day tours at Cusco sacred valley of the Incas, and taking you to Machupicchu.