Ready to try the best Spanish food? Enjoy wonderful Sevillian dishes created using the unique culinary customs of this beautiful province.
If you go to Seville to do gastronomic tourism, it is best to try the Tapas you can get it at any restaurant. Tapas are mini portions that will allow you to taste different dishes in one meal.
If we talk about the typical foods of Seville we can name stews, fried foods and salads. The most used meats to prepare these meals are the meat of corral and the one of the pig, although the meat of lamb and veal are also very used. Fish and shellfish are also consumed a lot.
Locally grown olives, oranges, almonds, tomatoes, etc.; hand-reared pork, lamb, veal, etc.; and ages old vineyards, these provide the cornerstone of the Sevillian gastro experience.
TORTILLA DE PATATAS
Tortilla de Patatas or Spanish omelet is probably one of the best known and universally liked Spanish dishes. You can try with or without onions, and with ham and cheese inside as well, definitely you can find many different recipes, but the typical one It is simply sliced potatoes and chopped onions(optional) fried in olive oil, add some salt then mixed with beaten egg and cooked to form a solid omelet.
Paella is a traditional Spanish dish originally from Valencia. It is a rice dish that can have meat, fish, seafood, and vegetables and is characterized by its use of saffron to give it a yellow color and unique flavor.
There are three main types of paella:
– Valencian paella/paella Valenciana
– Seafood paella/paella de marisco
– Mixed paella/paella mixta
Paella is cooked low and slow in a large pan so that the flavors of the dish can really come together.
If you have never had paella, it is basically one of the most dreamy dinners you will ever eat.
Croquetas de Jamón are a common sight on bar counters and in homes across Spain, served as a tapa, light lunch, or a dinner along with a salad. The jamon serrano in this recipe could be replaced with mushrooms, shredded salt cod, minced shrimp, chopped chorizo, cheese, or just any vegetable.
Is better to start the preparation the previous day to allow the bechamel time to set. It will make the mixture easier to handle when shaping the croquetas.
It is the favorite tapas, these bite-size tapas are covered in crunchy breadcrumbs and oozing with ground meat, seafood or potato filling.
A green salad is almost always on the table at mealtime in Spain. Whether dining out at a restaurant or preparing a special meal at home, an ensalada mixta (mixed salad) is served on a large platter in the center of the table for all to enjoy.
This colorful, mixed green salad usually includes a combination of ingredients that people are familiar with and others they might find surprising, such as olives, tuna, white asparagus, and artichoke hearts. Easy to prepare, it is as tasty as it is attractive.