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  • From the time she married, Luz began to sell a local snack called salchipapas - potatoes and fried sausages, along with different sauces.

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  • He happily prepares the most delicious fast food such as hot dogs, hamburgers, "salchipapas" (sausages and fried potatoes), and combination specials of sausages and meats served with sauces and seasonings he makes himself based on the taste of his customers.

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  • Also, in the evenings she sells fast food like "salchipapas" (fried potato and sausages) and hamburgers.

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  • Patricia sells "salchipapas" (sausages and fried potatoes) and "pollipapas" (chicken and fried potatoes) from a pushcart.

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  • Some sell "salchipapas" (fast food made from fried sausages and fried potatoes), grains (corn, beans, barley, wheat), and vegetables.

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  • She makes "salchipapas," a dish consisting of French fries and hot dog links, often accompanied by coleslaw or other variations, depending on the cook's particular style.

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  • Her first loan of 300 soles was used to purchase ingredients for preparing and selling "salchipapas" (a form of fast food consisting of potatoes and sausages).

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  • She now sells "salchipapas" (fried potatoes & sausages), an enterprise that has been doing well for many years.

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  • On her own initiative she decided to sell "salchipapas" (a typical Peruvian dish) with chicken in order to contribute to the household income.

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  • At night, more roving carts appear, offering tripe or hamburgers and hot dogs and salchipapas sausages and french fries.

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  • A portmanteau of Spanish "salchicha", sausage; and "papa", potato. A Peruvian fast-food dish of french fries and slices of sausage or hot dogs served in a paper cone with various condiments. A variant of this dish is choripapas, which substitutes chorizo for the beef frankfurters or sausages of the former.

    June 13, 2010