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A few months ago I went on a week long trip with some friends to Peru. We went to Machu Picchu, explored the Sacred Valley, went horse back riding, and tried a bunch of restaurants.
There were some pretty awesome food; some amazing crepes from a small street vendor, great fruit juices, and the much less awesome guinea pig that we tried. All of this Peruvian food led me on a bit of a culinary adventure. I tried out a bunch of new recipes and this was one of them.
Tacu Tacu is typically made using leftovers. A lot of the ingredients are commonly used in other recipes, so if you have leftovers from dinner the night before you just throw it together in a bowl, mix it up into a couple of "pancakes" and cook it on a skillet. Maybe throw a few fried eggs and cheese on top.
Obviously this recipe is pretty flexible. You could use a mixture of black beans and refried beans, you could throw in taco seasoned beef, chicken, or something else. Traditionally it's served as breakfast, but you could eat it for any meal. I personally like the recipe above with a fried egg or two and some grated cheese.