Whether eaten on the street, at a stylish cocktail party, or as a prelude to Sunday lunch, anticuchos are uniquely Peruvian. Although the most traditional anticucho is made with beef heart, modern cooks have expanded the repertoire to include anticuchos made with chicken livers or chicken breast, beef tenderloin, alpaca, even fish. What distinguishes anticuchos from other brochettes is their fiery marinade, a concoction that varies with each chef but almost always includes chile hot pepper paste and vinegar.

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