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Lomo Saltado refers one of the most emblematic Peruvian dishes along with Cebiche Lomo Saltado is served as a main dish. Many Chinese has immigrated to Peru some centuries ago, and as result Peru's cuisine became heavily influenced by Cantonese food. Lomo Saltado is a perfect example of this fusion. Lomo Saltado is a beef tenderloin stir-fry with wedges of red onions and tomatoes, dark and light soy sauce and vinegar, served with white rice and potato chips To make Lomo Saltado, a recipe is listed below: Ingredients with their quantities are, 2 pounds steak, 2 onions, 2 tsp minced garlic, 4 tomatoes, 1 tbs red wine, 1 tbs vinegar, 5 potatoes, bell pepper, salt and oil. The steak has to be marinated for an hour in wine and then fried and cooked with garlic. After adding the other ingredients the whole thing has to be cooked and it should be served with fried potatoes and rice.

Lugano Olives refer to the Italian salty black olives which are sometimes packed with olive leaves. This variety of olive is mostly popular at tastings.

Lahrira refers to the Moroccan traditional fassi soup with chick peas and lentils.

Laiton is another French culinary term for "Agneau Blanc ", a kind of lamb which is slaughtered when it is 70 – 150 days old , and weighs 20 to 25 kilograms (44 to 55 pounds).

Ljost Pilsnar refers to a fizzy beverage drink available in Faroe Islands supermarkets and shops, said to be a beer, yet with only or barely an alocohol content of 2.8%

La Capitaine Sangha referes to one of Mali's traditional dishes made of Nile perch served with hot chilli sauce , whole fried bananas and rice. Mali is located in West Africa, landlocked republic, sharing borders with Mauritania, Algeria, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea, Niger and Senegal.