|Spanish Cuisine: The Gourmet's Companion|
|by Matt A. Casado|
Not to be confused with spicy Mexican and Central American foods, Spanish cuisine draws on two basic Mediterranean ingredients: garlic and olive oil.
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1. Lave bien ... tazas de agua con las 5 cucharaditas ... el tomate, el pimiento y los ajies ... las puntas de esparragos y tiras de pimientos morrones.
Heat oil in a cooking pot, saute sofrito, chicken, sazon seasoning; add tomato sauce when chicken is brown then add water and salt. All this at ...
Saute in oil ... rice and salt, pepper, saffron and parsley. Cook until rice is tender and dry. (Rice will be a tan color.) Garnish with pimiento; serve.
Sprinkle chicken with a little salt and pepper; brown in hot oil. Remove chicken. Reserve 2 tablespoons drippings in pan. Add rice, onion and garlic; ...
Sauté achiotes in oil until oil is well colored. Remove achiotes and discard. Cook chickens in oil until brown. Add remaining ingredients, ...
Mix salt, garlic, ... chicken out and add it to the rice after rice is almost done. Garnish with strips of pimiento and peas. Always toss rice, do not stir.
Brown chicken parts ... Stir in sherry. Ring edge with peas. Simmer, covered all the time, 10 more minutes. Garnish with olives and pimiento. 8 servings.
Serves: 6. Marinate: ... Turn again. Cover and cook over low heat for 15 minutes or until rice is cooked. Before serving garnish with peas and pimientos.
Cook chicken off ... pepper and onions in butter. Add pimiento and tomato sauce. Stir in chili powder. Add chicken. Serve over cooked rice. Serves 6 to 8.
Wipe chicken pieces ... peas, olives and pimiento strips over top; ... chicken is tender and peas are cooked. Serve hot, right from the Dutch oven. Serves 6.
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