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These unusual little croquetas contain artichoke in the rice mixture, and they break open to reveal a melting cheese centre
Surprising, yet traditional, empanadilla recipe
he Hojiblanca oil is the perfect ingredient for this cake. Arbequina oil is preferable for the ice cream because it is sweeter and has a nutty flavor that perfumes the creamy egg mixture.
A non-traditional version of paella, using oriental influences such as curry, makes this innovative recipe a perfect lunch for a picnic
A traditional fisherman's recipe from Catalonia, this is the monkfish paella!
An Ice Cream Spanish Recipe, based on cinnamon, makes the perfect refreshment for this summer!
Squid paella is a simple paella recipe. Easy to do, it will bring you the full essence of Mediterranean culinary tradition
The fastest paella recipe! Express paella is the fastest way to enjoy spanish culture!
Our mushroom paella recipe is a different way to approach paella. Using three different types of mushrooms, ham and Manchego cheese
The cake and pastries made in Spanish convents are famous for their delicacy, the result of careful preparation and traditional methods.
Some say that Arroz con Leche descends from the Moorish occupation of Spain centuries ago, as may be evidenced by the traditionally Arabic mixture of cinnamon and rice.
Light spongy cake, drizzled with a sweet sauce of brandy, lemon and cinnamon. It is a wonderful light dessert to complete a Spanish dinner.
Very easy chicken and paella recipe, the best way to test your spanish experience
Magdalenas are small sweet cakes that are rich-tasting, but light and fluffy. The Spanish traditionally eat them at breakfast with cafe con leche, and they are said to have originated in Aragon.
Pestiños are sweet, crunchy fritters popular in Andalusia, where cooks fry with passion