Peaches in Port wine sauce is an easy, sweet, and surprisingly light dessert. Prepare in the summer, and into early autumn if fresh peaches are still available. Peaches combine with the sweet, musky taste of port and the cinnamon give it a sweet, fruity and tangy flavor.
Moist, almost soupy rice mixed with bite-sized pieces of pork, garlic, mushrooms and carrots. This Spanish rice dish is an easy main course.
Tomatoes are definitely an essential ingredient in Spanish cooking! The Spanish enjoy fresh tomatoes in salads, on bread and cooked in many different dishes. Learn about how to pick a ripe tomato and which recipes use tomatoes or tomato sauce.
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Classic Spanish deviled eggs are served face-down along with a simplified Spanish potato salad and fresh lettuce and tomatoes.
Peaches in Wine is a fresh-tasting dessert that is a fabulous finish to a summer dinner. Peaches provide the “taste of summer” while the wine and cinnamon give this dessert its zing. This is a great make-ahead dessert.
The name “Tinto de Verano” translates into English as “Red Wine of Summer.” It is a refreshing wine cocktail served in summer all over Spain. Although similar to sangria, it is easier to make and has less alcohol in it, making it the perfect to sip at a pool party or at the beach on a hot afternoon.
Tumbet, a traditional vegetarian dish from the Mediterranean island of Mallorca. It is a mixture of eggplants, potatoes, tomatoes, zucchini, and garlic. Great accompany grilled or roast meats or fish.
Chunks of beef are marinated in Spanish sweet paprika, garlic and oil, then grilled on the barbecue. Then, drizzle with a zesty dressing. A simple, typically Spanish dish.
From simple fruit to decadently rich mousse, six cool Spanish desserts put the finishing touches on a summer dinner.