8. Lucuma
This fruit is also known as the “last gold of the Incas.” It has a maple-like, sweet potato-ish flavor and is delicious but rarely eaten raw. Instead, Lucuma is commonly used as an ingredient in desserts. Lucuma ice cream is particularly popular in Peru.

9. Anticuchos de Corazon
Cow’s heart kabobs are usually heavily seasoned and prepared traditionally by someone who knows what they’re doing so as to not make them too spicy or pungent. If the thought of eating organs makes you queasy, they can also be made with chicken, beef or fish and are typically served alongside potatoes or corn.