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Jamon is famous all over the world. Unfortunately, this can not be said about the Spanish sausages, the names of which are known to gourmets, but say little to most tourists. We will try to fill the gap and tell you about the popular sausages of Spain, worthy to try them. Chorizo (Chorizo) this spicy sausage is loved not only in the Iberian Peninsula, but also in many countries of Latin America. Often in Spanish cities at street stalls you can see quite long queues of people patiently waiting for chorizo sandwiches. Sandwiches and tapas made with this delicious sausage are also popular. And cooks love to bake and grill it, add to soups and stews. Spanish chorizo sausage is made from minced pork, fat and spices. In different regions of the country there are hundreds of varieties that differ in ingredients and method of preparation. Meat is traditionally cut into large pieces, but it can also be finely ground. Continue reading
Fish and seafood
Malaga dish espeto
Fish is the main component of the Mediterranean diet. For Spaniards, fish is one of the most favorite dishes. To the family table it is served not only once a week or on holidays, but much more often. In Spanish waters is found a huge number of different fish. One of the most popular fish is tuna. This fish is especially good when it is cooked immediately after being caught. In Spain, tuna is prepared in a variety of forms: smoked, fried, canned. Dried tuna mojama.
Espeto — grilled on a skewer over charcoal fish (mostly sardines), avalanna in sea salt and deep fried, a typical Andalusian dish of Malaga. 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