blood sausage (Peruvian)

beef blood, green onion, aji

Relleno is a blood sausage eaten for breakfast in Peru. It is made with beef or pork blood and other ingredients such as aji (chili), green onions, and animal fat. In southern Peru, rice and black mint are added giving it a sweeter flavor.

Modified Sept. 29, 2020

Created Nov. 5, 2018 by: itisclaudio

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