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Platos de Cuchara

Platos de Cuchara

17/Jun/2021 | The Spanish Way

When the cold weather arrives, the best thing is a good stew, a warm broth or a tasty cream.

In the winter time you need hearty dishes to keep you warm. Warm up this winter with these hearty and warming ready to eat dishes.

Direct from Spain brings you these delicious and ready to eat typical Spanish dishes perfect for winter. You will just need to heat them up, grab a spoon and a glass of red wine and enjoy.

In Asturias, fabes have been eaten since the 16th century. It is the most traditional dish in the region and a delight for the palate. Fabes, chorizo sausage, Asturian black pudding and pork make up the main ingredients of this fabulous spoon dish that will certainly not leave you hungry. It is served in an earthenware bowl and is perfect for cold weather due to its high calorie and fat content.

Fabada Asturiana is a rich Spanish bean stew, originally from and most commonly found in Asturias. Fabada is a hot and heavy dish and for that reason is most commonly eaten during winter and for lunch. It is typically served in a terracotta casserole and accompanied with Asturian cider or a red wine.

Another traditional stew that we can't forget this autumn-winter is Callos a la Madrileña (tripe). It is prepared with beef tripe, slices of chorizo de cantimpalo, black pudding and ham. The secret is to prepare it with a long cooking time over a very low heat. Served as a tapa or in a good earthenware bowl, this dish is a must for this season.

Callos a la Madrileña or Madrid Style Tripe are one of the most typical dishes of Madrid's winter. It is mainly made with cow's intestines. Tripe is understood as pieces of cow stomach or ram that are eaten in a stew. It is a dish that is usually served hot in a terracotta casserole and accompanied by slices of chorizo, black sausaged and ham.

Which one are you trying first?

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