Give your bread another chance and try this delicious Andalusian meal with bread crumbs, chorizo sausages and garlic. Migas used to be the shepherds’ main dish on cold days in the mountains. Now it is a highly appreciated dish that can be sometimes difficult to find in modern restaurants, so go back to the origins and spend that cold rainy morning cooking this delicious dish:
– Andalusian dishes recipes: Migas!
1 loaf of stale bread
1 tablespoon sweet paprika
5 cloths of garlic
4-5 fresh chorizo sausages
Splash some water on bread pieces and let them soak the moisture. Then, fry garlic until it becomes golden brown. Take the garlic out of the oil and fry the peppers together with the chorizo sausages. Take them out and fry the bread crumbs for about 20 minutes, adding some salt, a bit of water and sweet paprika. Serve together with the delicious chorizo, the peppers and garlic.
Orange and fish? Believe it or not, it works! Ensalada Malagueña is the perfect mix of vegetables, fruits and fish. It may sound odd but the ingredients complement each other perfectly. Malaga style salad is a typical dish of the Malaga province. If you are thinking to come and enjoy your holiday in Costa del Sol, you can start getting ready with this easy recipe:
– Malaga Salad Recipe
250g salted cod
5 spring onions
Olives (preferably Aloreña olives)
Extra virgin olive oil
oak the cod in cold water for 24 hours. Change the water several times to desalt the cod. Boil the potatoes and wait till they cool down to peel and slice them. Slice the spring onions, the cod and the oranges, removing the white part of the orange skin. Finally, mix potatoes, oranges, olives, spring onions and cod, add some salt and extra virgin olive oil. You will be amazed by this Andalusian dish flavor
The origins of gazpacho can be found in the Ancient Roman empire. The Romans enjoyed a pasta dish with olive oil, garlic, salt, bread, and vinegar, the main ingredients of our beloved tomato cold soup / drink. There are many interpretations of this classic Andalusian dish – nowadays, you can even find gazpacho with watermelon or mango! But still, most Spaniards and every Andalusian, agree that the best gazpacho is the original recipe. So here you go!
– Traditional Andalusian Gazpacho Recipe
1 green pepper
1 red pepper
1 clove of garlic
80ml extra virgin olive oil
Chop red and green peppers, tomatoes, cucumber, onion and bread. Then, put all the ingredients into the blender. Serve with some fried bread and garnish with olive oil. Enjoy your refreshing Andalusian dish 🙂