Grilled steak and vegetables capture Latin barbecue flavors. Ponzu is a tangy Japanese citrus-and-soy sauce, which is a nod to the Japanese influences in Peruvian cuisine.
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veesocali asks, "What makes it Peruvian?"
Obviously Quinoa. My guess is the sweet potato and pepitas too. Both are New World vegetables. And the ponzu sauce is Japanese; remember Peru was ruled for a decade by Alberto Fujimori.
What makes it Peruvian? Quinoa, maybe? What Peruvian flavors?
we really enjoyed this recipe - we grilled all the veggies and the steak and followed the recipe's directions without any changes other than we couldn't find micro-greens so left them out. Had great, simple flavors with the ponzu/olive oil dressing. Will definitely make this one again
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