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My guninea pig is cutere than that!
I love Guinea Pigs, especially when they squeak. Is it smooth or whorled?
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My guninea pig is cutere than that!
I love Guinea Pigs, especially when they squeak. Is it smooth or whorled?

Yep,Guinea pigs are fantastic.

In Peru,Guinea pigs (Cuys-the name drived from the squeak squeak noise they make) are available in the markets, already skinned and cleaned, but many recipes begin with instructions to skin the cuy in hot water, then remove the internal organs and cleanse well in salted water. Following this, hang the cuy to drain and dry. Since cuys are small, recipes call for one per person, unless the meat is cut into smaller portions. Most often, the cuy is split apart and cooked whole, with the head still attached.

A typical recipe for baked or barbequed cuy with a hot sauce:

3 or 4 cuys
50 grams of ground toasted corn, or cornmeal
2 kilos of parboiled potatoes, cut in slices
8 cloves of garlic
6 fresh hot peppers, either red or yellow
½ cup oil
½ cup water
salt, pepper and cumin to taste
Rub the cuys with a mix of the pepper, salt, pepper and cumin and bake. You can also skewer over a barbeque.

Prepare a sauce with the oil, peppers, garlic and cornmeal with the water from the potatoes or broth. Cook a few minutes until the peppers are cooked. When tender, place the meat in a serving dish and spoon the sauce over it. Serve with the boiled potatoes.



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