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Spanish food and cuisine!!
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-in India it's called an aloo tikki
-in Italy it's called a crocchette
-in America it's called a crab cake
-made of potatoes
Champinones a la Plancha ( Grilled Mushrooms )
-found at the traditional tapas bars in Madrid and Spain
-formally called champis
-widely regarded as Spain's national dish, but most Spaniards consider it to be a regional Valencian dish
-it may contain chicken, pork, shellfish, fish, eel, squid, beans, peas, artichokes or peppers
-the word paella originates from the Arab word “baqiyah” meaning left-overs
-In Mexico and the Southwestern U.S., "pisto" is slang for hard liquor; in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, the term is slang for money.
-similar to ratatouille
-is usually served warm to accompany a dish or with a
fried egg and bread
-bread crumb fritters in honey syrup
made for Easter
-fresh fritters dusted with sugar
-lemon fritters made with lemon leaves
-often served with ice cream
Main ingredients USED
-most corn is dried and ground into dough
-makes a tortilla
-used for flavor
-lots of different types of peppers
-mexicans have used it since the MesoAmericans were around
-spanish eat many soups/stews especially in colder regions
-soup that has many different recipies
-use meat and fresh vegetables that are in season
Pavo con Patatas y Setas
-turkey with potatoes and mushrooms
Garbanzos y Pimientos
-garbanzo and pepper stew
-garbanzos are a common ingredient
-eaten in cold weather
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spanish food and cuisine- intro!!
Spanish food and cuisine is a very interesting topic to learn about. We aren't going to bore you with a boring intro, so we'll give you guys a few fun facts about Spanish Cuisine!
Spain is the second country in numbers of bars per inhabitant, just after Cyprus!
Spain is by far the most important producer of olive oil in the world. This is more than twice the Italian production and four times Greek production!
Food is important in Spain and often a topic of conversation. Additionally, they often go on walks after a meal to help them digest their meal.
Spain is one of the world's biggest producers of saffron, an important ingredient in paella.
to sum it all up...
Spanish food and cuisine is an awesome topic to research! We chose this topic because we thought it would be fun to explore different cuisines and to learn about a new culture. :)