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|Culture & Science - Cooking and Eating|
|Wednesday, 14 March 2012 06:46|
This very traditional Spanish sauce, also known as calçotada, is a sauce that accompanies all types of meat and cooked vegetables such as artichokes, potatoes and others. It is a tradition in northern Spain. Today we tell you how to prepare the sauce and give a good Spanish flavor to your dishes.
To prepare this recipe we will need a mortar (or if you want to feel in the XXI century world handheld electric food processor).
Put all ingredients (peeled, washed, etc..) In a mortar or food processor. It is best to chop all the ingredients to make it little easier to work this sauce. Then processed (or worked at length with the mortar) until the sauce is desired consistency. Loving her more liquid can add a little oil.
It is best to end bread or biscuit and pepper chorizero marie chopped (no need to process it, so will the pieces when untemos The casts in the sauce.
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