Recipe for the preparation of the national drink of Peru: the Pisco Sour
This time we make a culinary journey to Peru. Remembering the country with the palate. All this thanks to our Peruvian friends we were able to try one of the emblematic cocktails of the country, so we can come to show them how to make the Pisco Sour.
The Pisco Sour is a drink based on pisco (a liquor from Peru), lemon and other ingredients. There is a dispute between Chile and Peru over the origin of the drink, the controversy over everything.
Once we had all the ingredients ready, all that was left was to prepare it, and luckily, there I was taking photos of the whole process for Charcotrip readers to enjoy
Here is the recipe for Pisco Sour from Peruvians
The list of ingredients
- Green lemons (lots)
- Egg white
Now comes the preparation
1) Proceed to squeeze all the green lemons. The hand hurts if they are hard, as was the case this time.
2) Once the lemons are squeezed, pour the ice, the lemon juice and the pisco into a blender (the amounts are: half pisco and half lemon juice)
3) While the above is liquefied, you have to prepare the egg whites that will later be incorporated into the liquefied together with the sugar. There, to know if the mixture is ready, you have to try how it turns out (but without going overboard)
3 bis) Oooops accidents can always happen, it spilled a bit (too bad)
4) Once the emergency is over, it is served in pretty glasses and a few drops of Angostura are added.
5) And now yes cheeeeeeeeeeeers.
And everyone happy with their Pisco Sour:
And this was our first meeting with Peru in which we discovered how to make Pisco Sour, sometimes we can travel a bit without taking the plane.
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