Arroz Chaufa is Peruvian's version of Chinese fried rice. It is influenced by the influx of Chinese immigrants to Peru. Peru's fried rice version consists of rice, sweet peppers, green onions, onions, garlic, soy sauce, scrambled eggs chicken and a dash of sesame oil, ginger and cumin. Amazingly delicious and you probably already have all the ingredients to make this!
Caribbean Rice and Beans- Seasoned with garlic and onions and creole spice. Infused with bay leaves, thyme, Scotch bonnet and coconut milk. If you delight in traditional Caribbean food then you should consider making this scrumptious rice and beans.
My favourite dish is a Peruvian classic, Aji de Gallina. A dish with roots on the French revolution, this is a classic example of a fusion of cooking techniques, available ingredients and local produce.
Chupe de Camarones or Peruvian-Style Shrimp Soup is seasoned with tomatoes and spiked with a touch of hot red peppers, and then thickened with starchy vegetables, like large-kernel corn, yuca and pota (Shrimp Recipes With Rice)