Peruvian asado is different from the asado we find in other countries. It’s more like a roast beef that is cooked on low heat with wine and other ingredients. Once the meat is very tender, it is sliced very thinly and served with rice, mashed potatoes or pasta. It’s a favorite in Peruvian homes and everyone has their own version.
Today, I bring you a very easy version to make an asado with a bit more of an oriental flavor since it’s made with soy sauce. Some versions are more Mediterranean and are made with tomato and other veggies. This recipe is simple and easy to make.
With this asado and a few other ingredients you can make some very satisfying sandwiches. The bread used for this recipe is called roseta; it’s round and has a crunchy crust. However, you can always use ciabatta in its place. The result will be just as delicious.