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    ZWT 5 Spain and Portugal


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    Smoked Spanish paprika has an intense and unique flavor that is a basic ingredient in many Spanish dishes. This tapa combines roasted garlic, dry sherry and paprika with baked Brie cheese to make a soft, rich appetizer that could almost make a main dish itself. Serve on top of slices of a rustic baguette or allow guests to spread it. From About.com, Lisa & Toni Sierra, changed a bit. Looks really yummy, but I haven't tried it yet. Posted for ZWT 5.

    Recipe #370928

    Using typical Spanish ingredients, this tapa is quick and easy to prepare and has a deliciously smokey, yet salty taste. Roasted garlic and paprika are mixed with fresh, soft goat cheese, then spread over rustic bread and topped with sun-dried tomatoes and capers. From Lisa and Toni Sierra on About.com, changed a bit. Posted for ZWT 5 and haven't tried it yet.

    Recipe #370929

    Spring onions look similar to green onions, but are a bit larger and stronger tasting. This recipe was developed by Melissa Clark and appeared in the New York Times. Romesco sauce is commonly served in the Catalan region of Spain. It can also be served as a sauce for meat, fish or vegetables other than spring onions. It can also be served on bread. This recipe takes 30 minutes using a microwave, 1 hour otherwise. I would probably decrease the oil in this recipe considerably, and add more warm water to make it less thick.

    Recipe #304812


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