Articles tagged with: seafood
People arrive at Rafa’s restaurant in Roses for different reasons. Some foodies can’t get in to El Bullí, just up the road, so they come here instead. Some gourmands come here because it’s …
Last month, we told you all about our visit to Hisop, one the great “bistronomic” spots on Passatge Marimón in the upper Eixample area. Having heard so much about Hisop’s neighbor, Coure, we decided to …
As we’ve mentioned quite a few times here on EatCatalunya, Catalunya is home to literally hundreds of food festivals taking place every month all over the region. As seafood lovers and a food festival …
Perhaps one of the better known Catalan dishes — thanks to its appearance on fusion menus in the U.S. and word-of-mouth, esqueixada is an incredibly simple to prepare dish with very a very interesting flavor/texture …
Suquet de Peix is a fish stew that is very Catalan and can be made with any type of fish. The word “suquet” comes from the verb suquejar which in Catalan means “to release juice”. …
They are grilled with a deliciously fragant topping of Parmesan cheese, garlic and parsley, which helps to prevent the mussels from becoming overcooked.
* 1 kb fresh mussels
* 3 tbsp water
* 1 tbsp melted butter
* 1 …
A great tapa to have with cava.
* 2 lbs fresh large prawns
* 3/4 cup olive oil
* salt, black pepper
* 5 garlic cloves
* 2 Tbs finely chopped parsley
Cooking Time 15 Mins.
Preheat the oven to …
Calamari stuffed with ham and raisins in tomato sauce makes for a great tapa.
* 2 whole squid
* 4 Tbs olive oil
* 1 small onion, chopped
* 2 garlic cloves, chopped
* 2 oz Serrano ham, diced small
This flavor of this dish is quite different from the anchovies you know and hate. And this takes no cooking whatsoever.
* 8 oz fresh anchovies, heads and tails removed, and split open along the belly
This shellfish dish is a popular tapa both in Catalunya and in other parts of the Iberian peninsula.
* 3/4 pounds clams
* 1 onion