Krakow outdoor activitiesAugust 28, 2019
Krakow as the capital of Polish tourism is known mainly for its countless monuments and tourist attractions. It's a city that annually attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists from around the...
Holidays are getting closer! This time we will take a look at what it is necessary to taste, if we go to Spain.
It's a snack that everyone loves, diced fried potatoes that look like French fries, but in a different shape. They are served with a spicy red sauce and the sauce varies from region to region. Sometimes it's fiery sharp, sometimes mildly flavoured. This potato snack often accompanies meat dishes, although it also works well as a solo.
The first paella was created in Valencia. The key ingredient of this dish is rice and meat from chicken or rabbit, we can also find a version with seafood. Interestingly, paella should be eaten directly from the dish in which it is prepared, usually a special frying pan from which the dish takes its name. It owes its characteristic yellow colour of paella to saffron. Paelle is eaten as the main course.
Anyone looking for peace on a hot day should reach for a gazpacho. The cold gazpacho comes from Andalusia and consists of chopped or bottled cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, onions, olive oil, water, wine vinegar and salt. Cucumbers, onions, tomatoes, tomatoes and basil leaves cut into cubes are used as finishing touches.
It's nothing but squid wrapped in flour and fried in deep fryer. This is a typical Spanish dish, popular especially in coastal villages. It is served as a snack or as an ingredient in the main course.
Chorizo is a traditional Spanish pork sausage with a distinctive aroma. Its main ingredient is sweet smoked paprika. In Spain we can find different versions of chorizo, both spicy and milder flavoured.
Croquettes are known in many countries, but usually differ in ingredients and taste. Spanish croquettes are based on a thickened béchamel filled with various ingredients. Among them you will find ham, chicken or boiled egg. The Spaniards usually eat them with bread.
If you want to prepare Spanish delicacies at home, try Helcom products, where you can find olive oils, tomatoes, fish and seafood.