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  3. Traditional Catalan Dishes You Need To Try

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    • Amy Schulman
    • Escalivada. Escalivada – which stems from the Catalan verb escalivar, meaning ‘to cook in ashes’ – is crafted out of blackened tomatoes, peppers and aubergines.
    • Escudella i carn d’olla. Escudella, as it is often shortened to, is a two-part dish. The escudella is a soup stewed with meat and vegetables, bobbing with scraps of pasta or rice.
    • Canelons. Catalonia has Italy to thank for canelons, most likely due to the centuries of trade between the two nations. This Italian-influenced pasta dish – not too dissimilar to lasagne – is made out of tubes of pasta stuffed with meat and layered with creamy béchamel sauce.
    • Cap i pota. Literally meaning ‘head and leg’, cap i pota is a traditional Catalan dish that has become less popular in modern times. These days, it’s often found on the menus of old-school restaurants, although it can also be spotted in some of Barcelona’s more trendy street food markets.
  4. Catalan cuisine - Wikipedia

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    Catalan cuisine is the cuisine from Catalonia.It may also refer to the shared cuisine of Roussillon and Andorra, the second of which has a similar cuisine to that of the neighbouring Alt Urgell and Cerdanya comarques and which is often referred to as "Catalan mountain cuisine".

    • The best Food in Catalonia – 18 excellent traditional Catalan dishes. Here you will find 18 delicious Catalonia foods that you should try during your trip to this wonderful Spanish region.
    • Allioli. Also in the rest of Spain, in many other countries, this white sauce is known under its Spanish name “Aioli“. However, what many don’t know is that it actually comes from Catalonia.
    • Arròs Negre. Although this dish is sometimes referred to as paella negre, it is not really a paella – despite everything, I have to admit that the preparation is very similar.
    • Botifarra (amb mongetes) The Botifarra (also called butifarra in Spanish) belongs to Catalonia just like the bratwurst to Germany. This makes the delicious lean pork sausage one of the most popular dishes in Catalonia.
  5. The cuisine of Catalonia - Spain.info

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    The example of Priorat has served to recognise other Catalonion D.O.s, such as Falset, Tarragona, Empordà-Costa Brava and Montsant (the last one). Recently, the D.O. Catalunya has been created for local products throughout Catalonia. Christmas food in Catalonia

  6. Catalan Food: Guide to Authentic and Typical Catalan Cuisine

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    • Typical Catalan Dishes
    • Vegetarian Dishes
    • Meat Dishes
    • Fish Dishes
    • Sauces
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    • Traditional Catalan Restaurants in Barcelona

    I have provided all of the names of the dishes in Catalan, with Castellano (Spanish) in brackets where appropriate.

    Pa Amb Tomaquet (Pan Con Tomate):Bread rubbed with fresh tomatoes and drizzled with oil and salt. A true Catalan staple. Calçots:These baby leeks are specific to Spring - traditional parties known as 'Calçotadas' take place during this period. The vegetables are normally barbecued and served with Romesco Sauce (see below). Escalivada:A warm side dish of grilled vegetables (normally aubergines, red peppers, onions and tomatoes) skinned and de-seeded and served with oil.

    Butifarra:An uncured spiced sausage with similarities to Cumberland sausage. Used both in cooking and as a tapa with 'pa amb tomaquet' (see above). Escudellla:Catalan stew made with a piece of meat, beans, potatoes, cabbage and sometimes pasta. It is made into three courses of food: a broth, followed by the meat course, followed by the vegetable course. Xai Rostit Amb 12 Cabeçes d'All:Literally translated this means "Lamb Roasted with 12 Heads of Garlic" - it does what it says on the tin. Embutidos:This is the collective name for a platter of cured meats, including fuet (pork) and jamon from the Vic region.

    Esqueixada:A salad made with peppers, tomatoes, onions, red wine vinegar and shredded 'bacalao'. Bacalao is salt cod and is typical of the region - cod preserved in salt and soaked before serving. Fideuas:Like a seafood paella, but served with short noodles, rather than rice. Suquet de Peix:A Seafood Stew with potatoes, garlic and tomato. A wide variety of fish can be used in the stew, depending on what has been caught that day.

    Romesco:A sauce made from almonds, roasted garlic, olive oil and dried red peppers. Alioli:A sauce made from garlic and olive oil. The ingredients are whipped up for a long time to make a white paste.

    Crema Catalana:Similar to the French Crème Brulée. It is made with sugar, egg yolks and cinnamon and burnt on the top. Mel I Mato:A soft, unsalted goats cheese served with honey and sometimes walnuts. Panellets:Small round sweets made with almonds, sugar, eggs and pine nuts. They can be rolled in any number of coatings, but the traditional ones are rolled in pine nuts.

    In order to find authentic and traditional Catalan restaurants, it is worth heading down the backstreets, away from the Ramblas. Look for restaurants with Catalan names (lots of x's or the word 'can' is always a clue). Here are some of our favourites here at Barcelona Tourist Guide: Boqueria Food Market: This world-renowned market is not just known for its produce - it also has some bar style restaurants selling fresh local cuisine in a lively setting. Cal Pep:One of Barcelona's best known tapas establishments. The friendly owner, Pep, will guide you through what dishes are best to try. Can Culleretes: One of the oldest restaurants in Barcelona. Known for is suckling pig, amongst other local dishes. Los Caracoles: Another of Barcelona's oldest restaurants. With a stone rotisserie outside it in the street. Famous for its snails - 'caracoles'. Senyor Parelleda: A Review of Senyor Parellada Restaurant in Barcelona: A restaurant in a glamorous location with affordable prices serving loc...

  7. 8 Must-try Dishes from Catalonia - Great British Chefs

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    • Pa de coca.
    • Peus de porc. Pig trotters are woefully underused in the UK, but in Catalonia they’re celebrated for their rich, piggy flavour. The most common way of cooking them is in a stew, with plenty of potatoes, garlic, parsley and breadcrumbs.
    • Patates braves. Spanish. Recipe Collection. Great British Chefs. Patatas bravas. by Angel Zapata Martin. Probably one of the most popular Spanish dishes all over the world, patatas bravas (known in Catalonia as patates braves) is a simple tapas dish which has its origin in 1960s Madrid.
    • Bacallà gratinat. Catalans love their fish, and one of the tastiest ways they prepare fresh cod is with this deliciously simple dish. A fresh, pearly white fillet of cod is smothered in creamy, garlicky aioli, which is then put under the grill until the sauce develops a golden brown crust.
  8. Catalonia’s most famous dishes - ShBarcelona

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    Catalonia ’s cuisine is full of intense flavors. With dishes that give great emphasis to tomato, olive oil, seafood and a variety of sausages, Catalan cuisine is guaranteed to leave you with a great aftertaste. Let’s get to know some of Catalonia’s most famous dishes:

  9. Explore 71 national, regional and local dishes and products of Catalonia. Cooking Catalan: learn to cook with the best authentic Catalan recipes. What to eat in Catalonia?

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