Spanish omelette

This omelette allows for many variations, however my choice is always with (a lot of) onion and no garlic (in most of the cases). And I use a lot of onions because that makes the omelets very juicy.  For this type of dish, it is preferred to use a teflon nonstick skillet / frying pan with rounded sides.

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Hummus

 

If you ask me which is my favorite cuisine I will tell you it’s the Arabic one, after Spanish, of course! And this dish is something I can’t live without when the hot weather arrives.

 

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Salmorejo, cold tomato soup

 

Everybody knows about gazpacho and I’m sure many of you already tried it. It’s one of our most well renown traditional dishes outside of Spain. But how many of you have heard about salmorejo? If you like tomatoes you will love this soup!

 

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Garlic soup

 

 

Hearty soup to warm you up.

In Spain, this soup always has Serrano Ham – a bad quality one, cheap but good enough to give flavor to the soup. Use it or not depends on if you find it in your country.  And if you want to spend the money getting Serrano Ham, I guess it won’t be cheap.

 

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