A shredded chicken and potato stew in a spicy, velvety chile pepper sauce prepared with cheese, garlic, and nuts with an extra zing from the orange juice and lime juice. Great for cold, winter days. The recipe originally came from a cookbook that I picked up at the library. I can't remember the name of the book, but from what I remember the chef traveled extensively in South America, trying traditional dishes and then created his own modern, upscale versions for his restaurant, keeping the best elements from the traditional versions. I also made some minor changes to better suit my family's tastes. Update: I have changed the name of this recipe from Ají De Gallina (Peruvian Chicken & Chile Pepper Stew) which was the name given to the original recipe that I adapted here, because people kept posting negative ratings that seemed based exclusively (or nearly so) on this dish's lack of authenticity rather than on the quality of the dish, even after I posted in the intro that the dish was indeed not traditional. I hope under the new name people will be more willing to enjoy it for what it is, rather than getting so wrapped up in where the recipe comes from. Cheers.