Spain Recipes Blog

If you want to stay in touch daily with the best spanish recipes, and learn all about spanish culture and gastronomy, check out our Spain Recipes Blog, where you'll find up to date information on what's hot at spain-recipes.com.

Our blog is updated on a daily basis, and will bring you all the best from Spain, and its culture: Paella recipes, Sangria, Gazpacho, Tapas, it's all there, just check it out!

Brazo de gitano

This recipe is from my grandmother. She used to prepare it on special occasions, and all the family gathered to enjoy it. Despite it has an small amount of liquor (rum), it's ok for kids

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Aragon, a developing cuisine

The Autonomous Region of Aragon has inherited its rich gastronomy from the different cultures which have passed through the region over the centuries.

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Escalivada Recipe

Catalonians eat this dish as a first course or as an accompaniment to meats.

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How healthy is olive oil?

Extra virgin olive oil is a natural juice full of flavor and aroma, with high vitamin A, D, K and E content

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Spanish wine

Spain is an ancient wine-producing country and produces nearly as much wine as the number-one and number-two wine producers in the world: Italy and France

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Cocido Madrileño Recipe

Cocido Madrileño - or simply cocido - is probably one of Spain's national dishes. Cocido is based on a vast cauldron, which simmers away all day, hardly bubbling.

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Flan de Fresas - Strawberry Flan

This rich dessert is a variation of the traditional Spanish dessert called 'Flan'. Instead of vanilla, this flan is flavored with fresh strawberries

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Córdoba: the sultana

Cordovan cuisine masterfully combines the excellent local produce with meats and fish, always fresh despite the fact that Córdoba has no coast. It is brought daily, the best and freshest.

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Stuffed Eggplants (Berenjenas Rellenas)

The eggplants grown on Majorca are smaller than those from the mainline and are pretty purple, lighter than the eggplants commonly seen in the United States.

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Ensaimada

A Majorcan favorite, ensaimadas are warm, yeast-based cakes fashioned into round, coiled shapes.

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Cadiz, a myriad of influences

Being located between the sea, the mountains and the farmlands, Cádiz has recipes that combine a wide variety of ingredients.

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Torta del Casar

The town of Casar de Caceres gives its name to one of Spain's best sheep's milk cheeses, which, following the ageing process, has the peculiarity of being converted, most of the time, into cakes

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Almond Cakes (Pastas de Almendra)

The cake and pastries made in Spanish convents are famous for their delicacy, the result of careful preparation and traditional methods.

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Spicy Clams

This modern Spicy clams recipe uses Arab spicing to make a hot dip or sauce. Serve with plenty of fresh bread to mop up the delicious juices!

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Sauteed Piquillo Peppers

Piquillo peppers require little extra work because they are already roasted and bursting with flavor straight out of the jar.

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