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    This recipe was demonstrated and served at the 2010 Pensacola Seafood Festival. It is from Brain Cullerton of Dharma Blue. It doesn't take very long and is great tasting! Cooking time does not include the time to prepare the rice you serve this over.

    Recipe #448697

    Ooooh! Flan! With a carmelized crust....and a hint of coffee flavor...luscious! Only make when you have company, so you don't make a pig of yourself!! It's important to use a nice heavy saucepan to carmelize the sugar so it doesn't scorch or burn. Prep time does not include the 8 hour chill time!

    Recipe #409426

    Limonada is a refreshing wine beverage popular in the Basque region of Spain. From Classical International Recipes. Posted for ZWT. Cooking time is chilling time!

    Recipe #369752

    This pork and clam dish originated in the Alentejo region of Portugal, where pork is served almost daily. To prepare clams in shells for cooking: Thaw clams if frozen. Cover clams with salted water (3 tbsp to 8 cups water); let stand 15 minutes. Repeat this process twice. Posted for ZWT5! Marinating time not included in prep time. From Classic International Recipes.

    Recipe #369729

    Families in central and northwestern Spain enjoy this peppery potpourri of vegetables. In some areas, scrambled eggs are added, or eggs are poached on top of the mixture. From Classic International Recipes. Posted for ZWT.

    Recipe #369688

    In Spain eggs appear in many forms and at different times of the day. Huevos a la Flamenca is an egg cassoulet native to Andulasia, home of the flamenco dance. The eggs are baked atop a thick, spicy "sofrito" sauce. Posted for ZWT!

    Recipe #369736

    This spicy fish chowder usually is concocted aboard fishing boats from the days catch in Portugal. Many times the ingredients vary according to what the day's catch was. This chowder is traditionally served over bread triangles. Posted for ZWT!

    Recipe #369677

    This recipe originates from the Basque people of northeastern Spain and southwestern France. This is a very hearty soup, something I'd recommend for a cold winter day.

    Recipe #439671

    The saffron, chicken, and rice flavor of Chicken in Pepitoria is reminiscent of the famous Spanish paella. In paella, however, rice cooks together with all the meats and vegetables in a special shallow round paella pan. From Classical International Recipes. Posted for ZWT!

    Recipe #369667

    This is the Galacian version of the Spanish "cocido" or stew. Caldo Gallego is generally flavored with cured pork shoulder or salt pork. Serving amount is for a side dish serving...if using as a main dish, reduce the number of servings offered. From Better Homes and Gardens. Posted for ZWT. Prep and cooking time does not include soaking time for the beans!

    Recipe #369744

    The most popular version of Gazpacho is chilled, fresh tomato soup. But in Spain, many times the base is served hot, with meatballs or chicken or even grapes! Regardless of the temperature, all Spanish gaspachos do contain vegetables and garlic. Posted for ZWT.

    Recipe #369687

    Gazpacho originated in Andalusia, the southern section of Spain. For the best flavor, you must be sure to use very ripe tomatoes, otherwise the taste falls flat. This recipe is from the Antigua Casa Sobrino de Botin in Madrid, and is in A Treasury of Great Recipes by Mary and Vincent Price. Prep time includes 1 hour of soaking, Cook time is chill time. Posted for ZWT.

    Recipe #370079

    Spanish-style tapas, appetizer-sized portions that allow you savor a variety of flavors at a single meal. Piquillos are small, red, spicy-sweet roasted Spanish peppers; look for them in gourmet groceries...I've found them in Pensacola, FL.....so I'm sure they are available. I've also successfully subbed Cherry Bomb Peppers, grown abundantly here in the south and roasted them myself. This recipe also uses Spanish manchego cheese. Serving size is for tapas size servings, not main dish, although these could be served as a main dish.....just for 2 or 3.

    Recipe #482670

    This recipe has linguica (Portuguese) sausage in it! I love cabbage and sausage soups in the winter time, think this would be delicious then. Do not use dark ale or stout....it will be too bitter...only use a light wheat beer. To make this easier, buy a bag of shredded cabbage and carrots to equal the correct amounts. Adapted from Sunset.

    Recipe #482668

    Use a firm, white fish for this, such as halibut, grouper, or red snapper. You could use tilapia, but it is a bit thin for this recipe. If you use that, please reduce the cooking time. The sauce is the star in this recipe! Romesco sauce is a nut and red pepper-based sauce from Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain.

    Recipe #482690


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