|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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The following is ... oils from the chorizo ooze out while ... a bay leaf to each skewer and ... through. Serve immediately. Makes 12. Reprinted from ... permission. All rights reserved.
Cut cabbage into ... semi-tender, add meat to the cabbage and ... fresh French bread, or sourdough bread and butter; dip into soup for the ultimate fantasy!
Bring vinegar, brown ... mustard, and peppercorns to a simmer over ... medium heat. Add chorizo and cook, stirring ... toothpicks and serve. Makes 6 servings Prep ... Time: 3 hours
Heat a large, ... oil just begins to smoke add chorizo. Cook until ... seasoning and serve immediately with rice, noodles or mashed potatoes. Serves 6.
Remove skins from Chorizo and place in ... Chorizo stirring frequently. To remove fat, place ... tortillas, butter and salsa. Great breakfast when camping.
Heat oven to 375 degrees. Butter ... dish. Lightly brown chorizo in medium skillet ... until skewer inserted into center comes out clean, about 1 1/4 hours.
First fry your chorizo, then scramble your eggs. Half of chorizo and 5 eggs. Fry them all together. A little bit of salt. Then eat it.
Saute bacon and chorizo. After they ... 14.6 gm; CHO 52 gm; Fat 15.75 gm; Chol 16 mg; Sodium 84 mg. Diabetic Exchanges: Meat - 1; bread - 3 1/2; fat - 2.
Saute bacon and chorizo. After they ... paprika. Cover and cook; stir occasionally. Near the end of the cooking, toss in green onions and mix up. Serves 2.
Crumble chorizo in skillet. Cook ... cheese on top of chiles. Place dish in 350 degree oven for 20 minutes or until bubbly. Spread on warm tortilla wedges.
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