Travel in the highlands of Inca country, and you're likely to be offered Guinea Pig or cuy, a traditional Andean entree, on the menu Cuy, alternately called Cobayo or conejillo de indias is aguinea pig or cavy. The taste is compared to rabbit, thought
delicious, and though difficult to accept for people in other countries who regard guinea pigs as pets, the cuy is a staple of Andean cuisine. They are called "cuy" for the sound they make cuy, cuy.... Tipon is the land of the guinea pig.. and there are the specialist in prepared the guinea pig.
Fried guinea pig (Cuy chacjtado de la casa)
and vegetables with cream.
Confit guinea pig (Confitado de cuy)
Pieces of confit guinea pig accompanied with potatoes in herb sauce.
Guinea Pig Roasted (Cuy al horno)
Guinea Pig-on-a-Stick - Cuy al palo.