Catalan Easter Cake [Recipe in Catalan]
Traditional Catalan Easter cake [in Catalan with translator on the sidebar]
These duck fat fried patatas bravas were inspired by a recent trip to Barcelona.
Delicious innovative Catalan creme for St Joseph. [in Catalan with translator on the sidebar]
Rosquilles-typical catalan doughnut-like sweets eaten during Lent. [in Catalan with translator on the sidebar]
Delicious Catalan bread rolls: "llonguet" [recipe in Catalan with translator on the sidebar]
Coca de llardons- typical catalan cake for Mardi Gras. [in Catalan with translator on the sidebar]
Chicken with crawfish and calamari. Recipe in Catalan (translator on the sidebar).
"Tortell de Reis" is a typical catalan cake-like dessert that we eat on January 6th (similar to the french gateaux des Rois). Recipe in Catalan (translator on the sidebar).
Duck with pears. Typìcal catalan dish. Recipe in Catalan (tranlator on the sidebar).
Carquinyolis, crunchy cookies typical from Catalonia and relatives of Italian cantuccini, now made with spelt flour
Catalonian Crema Catalana
World Bread Day 2009 - The Catalan flatbread step by step
A delicious Catalan dish. You will need some stock fish, noodles and allioli... really easy and super tasty!
Pan con tomate
Roasted Peppers and Eggplant on a Potato base... Escalivada.
Salsa Romesco is a big hit in Spain. This nutty, four-pepper sauce zings with garlic and sherry vinegar and is perfect with swordfish.
Crema Catalana, a Spanish version of creme brulee infused with cinnamon, orange & lemon zest. And with a toffee layer to crack of course!
This was a blue legged chicken... I discarded the legs and the head but the rest was combined with shrimps to make a delicious Mar i Muntanya - Sea and Mountain.
I prepare a number of Spanish dishes. Among my favorites is salsa romesco from Tarragona, in Spain's northeast region of Catalonia...
Crema Catalana is kind of similar to Créme Brûlée... but what can I say... I'm catalan!
Fideos a la Catalana
Delicious and sweet "Panellets"!!! [use translate.google.com to translate from Spanish]
Who inspired the Romans to develop their Pizza?... Believe it or not, Spain has the answer ;D. Coca de Recapte is our ancient pizza ancestor!
Catalan custard crème (Crema Catalana) by Julie Biuso.