How to make it

  • Put all ingredients into a blender or food processor and process until smooth. It should come out bright green in colour.
  • Dee's Tips: I have seen it made up and put into a squeezy bottle like you'd use for mustard and just set on the table to use as you will. Serve it with Cuban Bread or some other really nice full bodied bread. We have used it as a chutney/sauce with a steak and it was GREAT then too. Serve it with your fav crisps/chip, Dorito, or use as a sauce in a Veg taco or sandwich.. the ideas are only limited by ones Imagination! Go crazy with it! Enjoy!

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  • No1der81 9 years ago
    I just made a vegan version of this using Vegenaise. I also reduced the amount of "mayo" and added extra virgin olive oil and a small amount of water (this was necessary since I used my blender instead of the food processor-didn't feel like having to clean all those parts!) came out fantastic!!!! Thanks for the recipe!!
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  • hypertxi 10 years ago
    Just made. Not exactly the same as the Famous PIO PIO here in New York. But very close.
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  • hypertxi 10 years ago
    What are Green Onions?
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  • kitchenvixenatl 11 years ago
    Mayo! Of course! Had some food from the Peruvian chicken place in Decatur today. My co-worker ordered the chips and avocado dip. It was kind of like guacamole, but...... We guessed sour cream, but mayo makes MUCH more sense.
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  • oxtuckian 12 years ago
    I just got done making some, it is so delish! Many kudo's!!
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  • damnitman 12 years ago
    I'm sorry, this recipe is NOT!!!! for Peruvian Aji!!!! I live with my best friend who is a Peruvian chef and when he saw this recipe he Laughed,said WHAT???? and waved his hand like get that off of there. We eat Aji all the time. you can buy it in stores. it's made by Inca foods. on the ingredients all there is, Aji Amarillo(yellow hot peppers), Sal(salt),Acido citrico( Citric Acid)THAT's IT!!!! you can watch a famous Peruvian chef make it on, don't pay attention to this recipe if you want traditional Peruvian Aji
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  • n0rcaldavid 13 years ago
    Excited to try this recipe out. hoping its similar to the sauce they serve at my favorite peruvian place in southern california, the restaurant called EL HATUCHAY located on Sherman Way in North Hollywood, California.
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  • sweety20001 13 years ago
    Looks delicious as a salsa sauce kinda thing. I might use it for my school project.
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  • chef2 14 years ago
    I adore this recipe thank you
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    " It was excellent "
    ebonyeyedenigma ate it and said...

    I am SO excited right now by this recipe, you have no idea. I use to live in California and would frequent a Peruvian Restaurant and loved this sauce on my grilled chicken, I would purchase it to go.. Now I have the recipe and I can make it myself.

    You rock!~!!

    Thank you and be well,
    Annie Jimenez
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    " It was excellent "
    robertg ate it and said...
    This is great,haven't had this since I moved out of Chicago,now I know how to make it,thanks for sharing.A high 5 for this...Bob
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    " It was excellent "
    adacowan ate it and said...
    I love this sauce. They serve it at our local Peruvian restaurant and I've been wondering about the recipe. Thank you for sharing it! I've rated it a 5 because I already know that I love it. I agree about it being good with French bread, only I recommend spreading it THICK!!!
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  • dixiejet 15 years ago
    I'm going to try this very soon. I love lotsa flavor (adore colantro!) & my hubby will appreciate the jalapenos !
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    " It was good "
    tinam ate it and said...
    I tried this on grilled basa fish and it was really tasty! Also great on grilled french bread - just slightly spread on top! Thx
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  • unswissmiss 15 years ago
    If this is the same stuff I used to find in my neighborhood Latino restaurants, I am in your debt forever!
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