- Pan Con Tomate (Pa Amb Tomaquet) Sometimes called Pan a la Catalana in other parts of Spain, it is one of the simplest, most well-loved, and most widely eaten dishes from Cataluña.
- Escalivada. Catalonians eat this dish as a first course or as an accompaniment to meats. Ingredients(Serves 4) 4 small eggplants. 4 spring onions or large scallions.
- Esqueixada. This is a traditional Catalan recipe. Cod fish is used in many different ways in Catalan cuisine and this one is in my opinion the one that accentuates the flavor of the fish the most.
- Suquet de Peix. “Fish stew” in the Catalan language, and it is a traditional dish from the region. Like all traditional dishes, there are many variations of this fish stew.
Frequently used ingredients are almonds, tomatoes, onions, eggplants, peppers, rice, pork meat (occasionally beef), olives and olive oil, cherry, cherry vinegar, pepper, seafood, squid (or in Catalonian: calamari), prawns and all kinds of fish.
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- 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.
- 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. 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.