Spanish cuisine consists of a variety of dishes, which stem from differences in geography, culture and climate. It is heavily influenced by seafood available…
Best in Barcelona, Catalan cooking is racking up the accolades from gourmands around the globe. Like other regional Spanish cuisines, Catalan cooking favours spices such as saffron and cumin, as well as honeyed sweets. A mixture of ingredients and traditions adds flair to Barcelona’s fare: using seafood and meats in a rich array of sauces. Dinner is the main event, but never before 9pm.
Grilled Spanish Chicken Dinner Ingredients: 4 medium un-peeled backing potatoes, cut into cubes. 3 bell peppers 1 large onion, coarsely chopped Handful of pimiento stuffed olives, coarsely chopped 1 can diced tomatoes undrained 3 tea spoons chili powers 1 teaspoon salt 2lbs chicken breast tenders Tin Foil
After Dinner Spaniards are night owls. The typical Spaniard does not eat dinner until at least 9 o’clock in the evening and probably does not get to bed until close to midnight. On the weekends, on holidays and during the summer months, it wouldn’t be unusual for a Spanish family to turn in round 3 or 4 o’clock in the morning. So, after the late-night dinner, Spaniards continue their socializing in their neighborhood cafés and taverns or go out to a nightclub or disco-pub.
The Spanish version of sweet potato pie, or the Southern version of the typical tortilla española. Either way, a delicious combination of spicy and sweet that is great for a potluck or as a Plan B for dinner. Spanish Tortilla with Yams & Chorizo | Gambas and Grits: A Texas Foodie Deep in the Heart of Spain