The Tortilla de Patatas (Spanish omelette) is a must-to-try traveling in Spain. This tasty appetizer is made with just four ingredients, and easy to make. Besides the classic Tortilla, it is possible to prepare several delicious variations with other vegetables, or meat, or cheese. The Spanish tortilla is perfect for a quick lunch or a special brunch, but also at any other time of the day! Here the classic recipe and the history of Tortilla de Patatas!
The Crema Catalana recipe is a classic of the Spanish cuisine, worldwide famous, but often confused with another culinary masterpiece: the Creme Brulee. This dessert is great for all the occasions: the end of a family dinner as a little sin before going to bed! This creamy dessert is enriched with a thin crust of caramelized sugar, crunchy and delicious. Here the recipe and the history of Crema Catalana!
We all love Sangria! But, the problem comes when we organize a party with our kids. Drinking a good Sangria with our friends can make the youngster guests a bit lonely. So that’s the idea: prepare an incredible, delicious non alcoholic Sangria! I love using the Concord grape juice instead of the wine and the Ginger beer to replace the spices. Apples, peaches, and strawberries enhance the flavor of this flavorful drink: healthy and tasty!
Barcelona is a city where I wish to live! I visited the Catalan Capitol for the first time in 1989, and since that journey, it was love at first sight, or better at first bite. Sun, sea, historical monuments and delicious food: I wouldn’t have it any other way! This city is magic, and I try to go back there whenever it’s possible. Here a short list of the best Catalan dishes and where I ate them during my last visit in Barcelona: enjoy!