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Stuffed Piquillo Peppers

In Spanish Food On April 17, 2008 6 Comments

Pimientos De Piquillo Rellenos De Queso De Cabra –┬áThis easy Spanish recipe with goat cheese makes a spectacular tapa. Enjoy! [ active ingredient in viagra | cialis diarrhea | viagra stores | viagra prescription for woman | viagra clones | buying cialis soft tabs 100 mg | wholesale viagra | how to buy cialis in […]

Fricando de Vedella

In Spanish Food On March 14, 2008 3 Comments

Fricando, veal cooked in a sauce fragrant with mushrooms, is Catalan home cooking at its finest. The Catalans have been making fricando since the 18th century, which is classically served with Spinach with raisins and pinenuts. One of my favorite Spanish recipes!   [ generic viagra usa | viagra history | generic viagra in uk […]

Chuletillas de Cordero

In Spanish Food On January 5, 2008 3 Comments

In Spain, these baby lamb chops, almost as tiny as lollipops, are either fried until crisp or grilled al sarmiento – over aromatic vine cuttings. If you can’t find piquillos, use four large roasted red bell peppers. Enjoy this traditional Spanish recipe! Preparation: Make the piquillo pepper marmalade – Heat the olive oil in a […]

Pollo a la Vasca

In Spanish Food On December 22, 2007 2 Comments

The taste of sweet bell peppers is one of the quintessential flavors in the Spanish cooking of the Basque Country. Slowly sauteed and enriched with bits of jamon (ham), they become a delectable sauce for chicken. In this Spanish recipe, the chicken is partially roasted then flambeed and baked in the pepper sauce. Roast potatoes […]

Merluza al Horno

In Seafood, Spanish Food On December 9, 2007 1 Comment

This authentic Spanish seafood recipe calls for Merluza (hake), but because it isn’t easy to find, I substituted halibut. Other white-fleshed fish such as sea bass will also work. So will salmon: it isn’t particularly Spanish but it is incredibly good when prepared this way. Preparation: Preheat the oven to 500F. Rub the halibut with […]

Escalivada

In Spanish Food On November 27, 2007 1 Comment

Escalivada (or Escalibada) is from the Spanish word escalivar (to cook in ashes), which is how this Spanish recipe is traditionally prepared. Preparation: Preheat the broiler. Flatten the red peppers slightly so that they lie flat and place them on a large, well-oiled broiler pan. Arrange the tomatoes, cut side up, and onion on the […]

Gambas al Ajillo

In Spanish Food On October 30, 2007 2 Comments

Gambas al Ajillo are one of Spain’s most popular tapas. The secret to success is very fragrant olive oil that is not too heavy in texture, and a cooking vessel that conducts heat slowly. A cazuela is ideal, but you can also use a deep-cast skillet. Preparation: Pat the shrimp dry with paper towels, then […]

Pollo al Ajillo

In Spanish Food On October 27, 2007 0 Comments

Pollo al Ajillo (Garlic Chicken) is most popular in central Spain, and is served best with french fries. Preparation: Place the chicken in a bowl and rub it generously with salt. Let stand for about 30 minutes. Preheat the oven to 425F. Pour olive oil to a depth of 1/2 inch in a heavy ovenproof […]