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    12 Reviews |  By CJAY

    Found on alleasyrecipes.com. Posting for ZWT8- Spain/Portugal.

    Recipe #482368

    9 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A good sauce for chicken breasts or pork chops. Use creminis (brown buttons) or portabello for and extra rich sauce.

    Recipe #159175

    A light and healthy breakfast of yogurt and fruit from a Portuguese recipe blog: paracozinhar.blogspot.com

    Recipe #482701

    Recipe #482708

    From "The Art of Spanish Cooking" by Betty Wason. For variation, you may add pimiento-stuffed olives, strips of bright pimiento or black olives.

    Recipe #483086

    5 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A light dessert with a spicy flavor. Cook time does not include chill time. From Cooking Light.

    Recipe #261671

    4 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A twist on the Spanish tapa bar staple. Serve on crackers or bread.

    Recipe #482961

    According to "The Art of Spanish Cooking" where I found this recipe, sherry does miraculous things to orange juice. In the USA, this drink is called a Spanish screwdriver. In Spain, a dry sherry would be used, but sweeter types are also good. Any convenient proportions can be used, and a combination of orange juice and soda can be substituted for the juice.

    Recipe #483087

    I saw this on a holiday episode of 30-Minute Meals with Rachael Ray, and it looked like the most absolutely easiest and elegant nibbles to set out for your holiday guests. Will definitely not ruin their appetites.

    Recipe #343192

    The perfect Spanish tapas! These disappear quickly at parties; there's something about the mix of flavors that becomes addictive. You control the heat: the more red pepper flakes you use, the spicier it will be! This hors d'oeuvre is best when it marinates at least two or three days.

    Recipe #213352

    Don't worry about using the exact fruit in the recipe: have fun and choose whatever looks good at the store or is growing on your trees! This gets more and more potent as time goes on; after three days one slice of apple will give you the giggles.

    Recipe #228338

    Also called "Garlic Lovers' Soup". If you don't have any stale bread, this works just as well with croutons or toast cubes.

    Recipe #481955

    3 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    Murcia is a region in SE Spain, on the Mediterranean coast, where tomatoes are a major crop. The traditional way to make the dressing is using a mortar and pestle, but the blender simplifies the process.

    Recipe #483370

    Recipe #483589

    2 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    This bean soup gets some "bite" from a red chile paste. I have included a link to a homemade version, but you might try a bottle Thai or Indian Chili Paste.

    Recipe #482890

    2 Reviews |  By AlainaF

    Deep fried in extra virgin olive oil, this fried egg is different from what you find in the U.S. With an unset yolk and crackly white edges, it is great with chorizo and potatoes for breakfast or any meal!

    Recipe #483607

    2 Reviews |  By CJAY

    Found on alleasyrecipes.com. Posted for ZWT8- Spain/Portugal.

    Recipe #482411

    2 Reviews |  By CJAY

    Found on alleasyrecipes.com. Posted for ZWT8- Spain/Portugal.

    Recipe #483241

    The Coach House Restaurant on Waverly Place in New York City was legendary. It was owned by a Greek, the beloved Leon Lianides, and dedicated to serving classic American food in an era when fine dining spoke French. After suffering ups and downs in its later years, it closed for good in 1993, and Mr. Lianides died in 1998. But there are plenty of New Yorkers who still grow misty-eyed at the thought of the Coach House corn sticks, the black bean soup with Madeira and -- sweetest memory of all -- the mocha dacquoise. I had acquired the black bean soup recipe back in the early 80's, and decided to post it here for posterity, and for those who might remember it fondly. Beware, though, that there is nothing quick about making this soup.

    Recipe #460269

    This recipe is from a book "Tapas" by Adrian Lissen. It's like a savory version of french toast, and is served as a tapa. Might seem strange, but it's very good! This is a translation from spanish, so hopefully it's correct.

    Recipe #483300

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