*New for 2019*

Booth #5


The Bolivia Utah Association was created to help the Bolivian community in different social aspects, such as organizing meetings with the Bolivian Mobile Consul in Utah and sharing the Bolivian culture with all Utahans. Proceeds from the Living Traditions Festival will be used to help fund cultural and social events.


Chicaron Boliviano (fried pork served with corn and criolla sauce) / Pacumuto (beef, chicken and bell pepper served with yucca and rice) / Sonso (yucca dough with cheese) / Pollo Frito (fried chicken with salad and ride) / Empanadas (beef or chicken)/ Pastel (cheese empanada) / Chicha de Mani (roasted peanut drink) / Quinoa (quinoa and apple drink) / Chicha Morada (purple corn and pineapple drink) / Alfafores (Bolivian cookies)

Bolivian cuisine stems from the combination of Spanish cuisine with indigenous ingredients and Aymara traditions. The traditional staples of Bolivian cuisine are corn, potatoes, quinoa, and beans.