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Huevos con Torreznos (Fried Eggs with Crispy Fatback and Cured Ham)

Extremadura is a paradise for lovers of pork products, such as the Torreznos and Iberico ham. Try this typical recipe!

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Spanish Chocolate (Chocolate a la taza)

Spaniards like their hot chocolate thick, so they let it simmer on the stove, stirring it all the while, until it has reduced to the correct density.

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Spanish Escabeche

Escabeche, are foods that are fried or steamed and then cooked or sometimes just stored in a mild brine. They can turn up as tapas or main courses and served cold or at room temperature

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Castilla la Mancha, Quixote cuisine

Located almost in the centre of mainland Spain, Castilla la Mancha recipes are a very appreciated discovery for the traveller

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Pollo en Escabeche (Chicken Marinated in Vinegar)

Cooking chicken with escabeche is ideal for the summer, when you want to prepare a dish ahead of time. It is a simplified version of the traditional escabeche, and the process couldn't be easier.

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Chanfaina Salamanca (Sunday Rice)

Chanfaina is usually served as a tapa on Sunday in Salamanca's bustling bars, where parents go with their children for a little snack before returning home for lunch

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Tecula Mecula (Imperial Almond and Egg Tart)

Tecula Mecula is a tart is known as the Imperial dessert because it was said to be a favourite of Emperor Charles V, who retired to Extremadura.

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Spanish Saffron

Saffron is the most precious of all spices, is used in many international recipes. It will add the final touch of authenticity to your paella or arroz a banda

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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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Gallina en Pepitoria (Braised Hen in Almond Sauce)

This dish has its origins in Aragon, though it is highly valued in other parts of the country. Most people serve it on festive occasions, but you don't need to wait for a celebration to enjoy it!

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Alcachofas con Tirabeques (Seared Artichoke Hearts with Snow Peas)

Tirabeques, or snow peas are common in the vegetable gardens of Murcia, Here, they are combined with tender artichoke hearts to create a starter favored by local cooks.

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Rape con Vinagreta Picante (Seared Monkfish wiht Spicy Vinaigrette)

Topping grilled fish with a spicy vinaigrette is one of the preferred ways to prepare fish fillets in Spain.

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Cantabria, Sea and Mountains

The Region of Cantabria is very rich in history, art and natural areas: the sea, valleys with mild and warm micro-climates, fertile pastures...

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Quesadas - Lemon Cheese Cake

Quesadas (Lemon Cheese Cakes) are typical of La Vega del Rio, a village in Santander where the milk, cheese, and butter are exceptional.

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Mollejas Salteadas - Sauteed Sweetbreads in Parsley and Garlic

Many people think of sweetbreads (mollejas) as an exotic ingredient served in upscale restaurants, but they are actually simple to prepare at home

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