Ajiaco de Olluco refers to a Peruvian stew of Andean tubers (Olluco) with chili peppers. Ajiaco de Olluco is one of the regional delicacies of Tarma. Tarma, a town nestled at around 10,000 feet on the way from Lima to the central jungle.

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