SALMON TARTAR

Made with vegetables, fish, seafood, or meat, tartar is one of the most popular methods in restaurants. A dish that was already reflected in Marco Polo’s travel book, where it was reported that the nobles consumed meat fillets cut into small pieces with garlic and spicy sauce. Some stories tell …

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CHEESECAKE FROM ‘LA VINA’

Although it is famous for its pintxos, San Sebastián also enjoys high recognition in the world of sweets, mainly for the cheesecake they make at La Vina Restaurant. Located in the old town, every day they prepare more than 50 pieces. People from all nationalities pass-through this establishment every day, …

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MONKFISH IN AMERICAN SAUCE

It is one of the most traditional seafood recipes, both the fish and the sauce. Monkfish is ideal for stews or elaborations in the sauce but, as with any product of the sea, it is necessary to take care of its cooking so that it is perfect and the result …

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CURRY PRAWNS SOUP

Originally from India, curry is a mixture of spices that gives flavor to numerous dishes, from stews of meat to fish, seafood or vegetables. Although its ingredients may vary, there are some essential spices in this seasoning, such as turmeric that gives it that characteristic yellowish color; the mustard, which …

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WHITE WINE SEAFOOD

The fruits of the sea are a real delight. From prawns to worms, there are endless marine snacks, such as carabineros, crayfish, mussels, clams, coquina, thin shells, bowling or canaíllas, among others. The most important thing is to know how to select them, the fresher, the better, and you also …

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VEGETARIAN CREPES

It is one of the most popular methods in the world. Crepes, which can be salty or sweet depending on whether or not they are made with sugar, are thin slices made with egg, flour, and milk. They are made on a pan in a few minutes, just need to …

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RED FRUIT PAVLOVA CAKE

Although Australia and New Zealand dispute the origin of this dessert called pavlova or pavlova, the truth is that it was prepared for the first time to entertain the Russian dancer Anna Pavlova during her stay in a New Zealand hotel. The chef of the house, Herbert Sachse, mounted some …

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