This Spanish recipe for Polvorones De Limon or Lemon Sugar Cookies is a culinary delight of chewy lemon goodness straight from the heart of Madrid. They are soft and chewy and packed with big, bold lemon flavor for all you lemon lovers!
This Almond Nougat Ice Cream Cookie is a Spanish confectionery made with Jijona Turrón. The tasty Almond Nougat Ice Cream is placed on top of a Chocolate Almond Cookie and garnished with Salted Pistachios.
Natillas de Leche is a delicious Spanish recipe made by boiling some milk, egg yolks, sugar, cornstarch, lemon zest, and vanilla together and serving after it has cooled down.
Costrada de Alcalá is a Traditional Puff Pastry dessert made from a Spanish recipe originating from the city of Alcalá de Henares. This classic dessert consists of sheets of puff pastry that are filled with pastry cream and meringue.
Bocadillo de Albóndigas is the Spanish version of the popular Italian-American Meatball Sandwich. This Spanish recipe is typically made with a Spanish-style baguette called barra de pan, although other types of bread may also be used such as rustic bread or ciabatta.
The Tortilla de Patata or Potato Omelet in English is not your typical American-style Spanish Omelet. This Spanish recipe is made with eggs, potatoes, onions, olive oil, and salt in what is the best Spanish tortilla you will try.
A Cachopo is a Spanish recipe from the region of Asturias, consisting of two veal or beef steaks filled with cheese and a slice of ham. The whole concoction is then coated in breadcrumbs and fried in hot oil.
Paella Valenciana is a Spanish recipe made from rice, chicken, rabbit, a few varieties of beans, and a nice spice mix. it's one of the best-known dishes in Spanish cuisine.
Alubias Blancas de Saldaña Estofadas Con Chorizo, White Bean of Saldaña Stew With Chorizo is a Spanish recipe that is delicious, super hearty and extremely healthy. It's a win-win-win! It is loaded with chorizo, beans, spinach, onions and more.
This Roscon de Reyes, or Three Kings Cake is a Spanish recipe that is usually served on the Three Kings’ Day (el día de los Reyes Magos) January 6th.