South America is famous for its great food, and Bolivia is no exception, with many dishes being exclusive to this country. Let’s take a look at all things you shouldn’t miss if you decide to visit Bolivia.
For anyone interested in great food, Antichucho might be a great way to start. This dish is rather old, and it dates to the pre-Columbian era. The modern version of this meal became popular between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries, and you can find it in several countries.
These inexpensive, beef heart dishes are a street cart staple. In Bolivia, people usually use either beef or chicken and serve it with roast potatoes and a peanut sauce. Some people prepare it with boiled potatoes and bread too, but it’s not as common in Bolivia — after the conquistadors arrived, so did European ingredients like garlic.
In the times of the Inca Empire, …