This Spanish condiment can be used as an ingredient in your favorite dishes, as a drizzle on salads and grilled vegetables or simply for dipping bread. I make this in mini batches with good results. This recipe comes from Madhur Jaffrey from a friend in Andalusia.
Rumor has it that the second Zaar World Tour is starting soon and I'm quickly trying to post recipes in preparation for the next international eat-a-thon (Hee hee). Not sure if you would consider this more Spanish or Mexican. For those not familiar, Manchego cheese is a golden sheep's milk cheese native to Spain which comes in three forms based on aging. For this recipe, the two younger varieties would work best. Be sure to use a cured (not fresh) chorizo. You can make these using full sized tortillas or on tiny ones for a delicious appetizer. (10/18: I have updated the directions to make this a bit clearer.)
I am looking to thin my collection of cookbooks over the next several months. To do so, I’m submitting all of the recipes I tabbed to try one day here for safe keeping. This particular dish comes from an indoor grilling cookbook and would also be suitable for outdoor cooking. It is a true departure from my usual preference for bolder spices, but is truly flavorful treatment of the bland chicken breast.
A quesadilla from Basque - that more closely resembles an ultra thin crust pizza. The combination of roasted peppers and goat cheese accented with fresh herbs is just wonderful in this meal. I've enjoyed this several times but recently thought to post it as 'Zaar begins to celebrate spring. You can serve this a nice lunch or cut into smaller pieces as an appetizer. 245 calories, 8g fat
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