Traditional Spanish food
The famous Spanish chef Pepe Rodriguez, awarded in 2011 the national award in the field of gastronomy, says that the Spaniards have become worse to eat at home ("se come…

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What dishes to try in Spain (part 1)
Traditional Spanish cuisine is a curious mixture of Christian, Arab, Jewish culinary traditions. Most often used in cooking meat and seafood: oysters, shrimp, mussels. As in Greece and Italy, there…

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GASTRONOMIC THESAURUS (part 3)
Quirky habits and all sorts of oddities are the flip side of the traditional view of food, anchored in the content aspect of the units of the gastronomic thesaurus. One…

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Features of Spanish cuisine

The cuisine of Spain has a truly Royal variety. It is interesting that the traditional “set of dishes” and methods of cooking vary depending on the region. However, there are common points – and in Catalonia and Andalusia eat tapas, love gazpacho soup and, of course, the traditional Spanish paella. No meal is complete without olive oil, whether it is a dinner in the Basque Country or a light snack somewhere in a Castilian cafe. By the way, if a tourist orders ice cream on a hot summer day, it is likely that it will also be prepared on the basis of olive oil. In Spain, this type of oil is used for everything-it is fried, baked, prepared sauces, seasoned salads, added to pastries and sweet desserts.

Seafood and jamon
An integral part of Spanish cuisine is a variety of seafood. In terms of the amount of seafood consumed per capita, Spain is second only to Japan worldwide. Continue reading

Mussels. How are they prepared in Spain?
"Revealed-throw away. Unopened-throw away, " - I say in a hurry to a friend. "Throw everything away? she wonders. No, you need to cooking to throw out already opened. After…

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10 Spanish dishes you should try at least once in your life
Spanish omelette or potato tortilla Spanish potato tortilla It is believed that the first mention of the Spanish tortilla dates back to 1817. According to legend, a poor resident of…

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Spanish cuisine: what is its history?
One of the most important features of Spanish cuisine is regional diversity, which, in principle, happens in many large countries. Galicia, Asturias, Castile New and Old, the Levant, Catalonia, the…

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Emperor, Yes not the. How to cook swordfish?
Fish occupies a worthy place in Spanish cuisine. From cheap and simple to expensive and rare. This is primarily due to the geographical state of the country — solid coast…

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