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Challenge #66 - July 2018 - Spanish - General chat (Read 160 times)
 
Reply #10 - Jul 10th, 2018 at 11:31am

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Our friend told me that she uses chorizo sausages allot in her cooking.
I brought a couple of local chorizo sausages from bones knob butchery along with some beef cheeks  the other day.
I cooked the first of them with beef cheeks the other night, and did that chorizo give a hit. Lucky I only used one, other wise it would have been to hot for Bonnie to eat.
 
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TBF wrote on Jul 2nd, 2018 at 2:15pm:
Derek wrote on Jul 2nd, 2018 at 12:06pm:
I doubt I have eaten a traditional Spanish meal in my adult life


Never had Paella?


Have never really liked it.  Maggie will often have it when we are out and I sometimes taste it is all.
 

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Been looking for Spanish dessert recipes.  Some interesting stuff there.

Have teenage GrandDaughter here for school holidays so not trying anything outside of the usual at this stage.  Smiley
 

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Reply #13 - Jul 10th, 2018 at 1:12pm

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jclures wrote on Jul 10th, 2018 at 11:20am:
Sorry Aart, I guess we all look on the web.  Grin Grin
The lady I was talking to told me she had a Spanish one pot cook book, I would like to have a look at that sometime.


No bad feelings John.
Did it taste as good as it looks?
 

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It had a good flavour, I thought it might be a good recipe but substitute the shanks with beef cheeks.
I think some the flavour is coming from frying off the spices with the onion and capsicum.

My friend also asked if I was going to cook a Paella, as it was something she often cooks.
 
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Finding so so many great looking Spanish recipes I might have to talk Maggie into trying some.  Grin
 

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Reply #16 - Jul 10th, 2018 at 3:42pm

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jclures wrote on Jul 10th, 2018 at 2:31pm:
It had a good flavour, I thought it might be a good recipe but substitute the shanks with beef cheeks.
I think some the flavour is coming from frying off the spices with the onion and capsicum.

My friend also asked if I was going to cook a Paella, as it was something she often cooks.


John, when you fry off the Chorizo there is a huge amount of flavour released from them.

I like an entree of Chorizo, scallop and prawn.  I use a Spanish Chorizo and fry it off first in a little oil.  The oil gets an amazing aroma and the oil turns a little orange from the spices.  I then cook the scallop and prawn in that oil.  Makes them especially delicious.
 

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