Arroz Chaufa de Pescado y Mariscos refers to a Peruvian dish of Chaufa (Cantonese-style fried rice) with fish and seafood. Other ingredients include, garlic paste, minced ginger, egg, cooked brown rice, dark and light soy sauce and chopped green onions. Peruvians cook this dish in several versions, depending on what ingredients they want to add with the basic ingredients.

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