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Leche Frita is a traditional spanish dessert, made of milk, flour and eggs
This recipe is one of the front-runners of traditional Basque cooking. Salsa verde appears in many dishes: with clams alone, with monkfish, or with a combination of clams and hake, as in this recipe
Flao is similar to American cheesecake, but the use of mint leaves and aniseeds sets it apart and makes it particularly refreshing
This innovative - yet simple - paella recipe combines hot chile flavor with succulent scallops
The Romans taught the Andalusians how to cultivate wheat and vines and used the fish from the seas to produce the best garum in the empire.
Caldereta de langosta is the typical lobster stew of Majorca. Although mediterranean lobsters are considered the best for this recipe, american lobsters can still be used with great results
Cabrales cheese name comes from the Asturian town where it has been made since time immemorial. With a strong flavour and penetrating smell, it is a fatty cheese, with a natural rind
The burrida of the Balearics calls for skate in an allioli-enriched stock and thin slices of country-style bread.
Bacalao al Pil-Pil is a classic Basque fare. After you prepare the garnish and simmer the cod, you make the sauce by engaging it in a 'dance' with the olive oil to create an emulsion
Arroz negro is popular along the entire Mediterranean coast of Spain, but specially in the north of the Valencian Community, and in south Catalonia
Arroz con costra is rice casserole is one of the signature dishes of Murcia, a region that excels in rice cookery.
The Region of Cantabria is very rich in history, art and natural areas: the sea, valleys with mild and warm micro-climates, fertile pastures...
Whether served with ensaimadas or alone, this ice cream makes a perfect dessert.
Baked rice is typical of home-cooking in the Marina Alta comarca in Alicante province--although you find slightly different versions all over Levante.
The Spanish often refer to the Canary Islands as the Islas Afortunadas as the sun shines practically throughout the year.