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Pichanga is a dish consisting of a mixture of pickled food items, small pieces of ham, different types of cheese, olives and salami. All cooked in vinegar, canola oil and several spices.
Pichanga Caliente, often confused with Chorrillana-French fries, beef strips, fried onions and fried eggs- consists of mixed of chips (fries US), fried meat, beef, chicken and/or pork, topped with a variety of vegetables, from pickles to tomatoes, often on a plate large enough to share.
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