What to try in Spain? Spanish cuisine is a national cuisine that has developed from different culinary traditions in all regions of Spain. In Spanish cuisine can be noted a large predominance of meat dishes, which we have already talked about in the journey to Barcelona, the least in this kitchen you can find fish dishes. In meat national dishes of Spanish cuisine can be identified ” Ham” – ham, cooked and dried on seasonings, be sure to recommend.
And try everything that will be discussed in this article, you can independently, not so difficult now to make a couple of clicks and the journey is ready. For example, to book a cheap hotel and buy a cheap ticket has now become easy, and to start traveling on their own, do not need special knowledge and skills! Continue reading
Spain has given the world many brilliant chefs, including the magnificent Ferran Adria, whose restaurant four years in a row was recognized as the best in the world. In the Basque country and Catalonia are known places where you have to book a table not for a month – for the whole year.
But-in the direction of Haute cuisine: once you are on vacation in Spain, it is necessary to try real Spanish dishes!
Despite the hot nature, the Spaniards are not too keen on spicy food. But patatas bravas, or brave potatoes – is one of the exceptions. Fiery red sauce, different in composition from province to province, and large fried cubes potatoes. In Valencia and Catalonia patatas bravas served Aioli – the world famous sauce of garlic and olive oil. Continue reading
I did not find it, it is a dish of national cuisine of Spain. Probably looked bad, and probably just unconsciously afraid: and suddenly will bring — and what can I do with this? Well, a strong man after hard physical work, and even in the chill, come home — so it is “Rotten pot” at the time. And I may not survive such a riot of tastes, fats and proteins. But Olla of Podrida — a classic of the genre in Spanish cooking. Classic in every sense of the word. First, it is a very ancient meat dish, known since the middle Ages, and therefore even older. The first known recorded recipe in the history of the dish dates back to 1570, according to Bartolomeo Scappi, the cook of several popes. First time I met with dish have Cervantes. “It seems that in that large bowl over which the steam is swirling there is an olla podrida, and since such ollas podridas contain such a variety of edibles, I will surely find something there that I will like and will benefit “(Cervantes,”the Ingenious Hidalgo don Quixote of La Mancha”). Continue reading