We all want to go back to cooking, after a month of January in which – because of Christmas excesses – who else who has least been taking care of their food. We have noticed when preparing our Walk through the gastronomy of the network that almost all websites and recipe blogs have begun to elaborate more succulent dishes, suitable to overcome the cold of the time of the year in which we are.
We have selected the tastiest and comforting salty recipes and also – as always – some sweet recipes for those who want to treat themselves or finish off a special meal. Surely you want to try all these proposals from our colleagues and friends.
We start with a spectacular quiche made with spaghetti and Cabrales cheese that we have found in Silvia’s blog of My Sweet Temptation. With a salty cake format, this pasta dish has seemed the most original.
On the other hand, it seems that to combat cold fronts and rains, everyone has thought of spoon dishes, so it has taken us a lot to select a few for our Walk this week. Among them, nothing more palatable than a small bowl of Mexican lime soup that we show in Asómate a mi cuisine or the recipe for beans with salmon and clams that we discovered in the blog of Las Punyetetes de la Li.
We continue with spoon dishes like the original garlic soup with chicken and ham, from the blog Kitchen without fear, which we will try shortly. Ana from the Cooking Between Olives blog offers us an appetizing spoon dish: a fennel stew, traditional from Granada, whose aniseed flavor will surprise us from spoon to spoon. Surely we will like it for lunchtime.
Another spoon dish that we liked a lot this week is the recipe of Soups perotas, traditional of Alora, which we have learned from the hand of the blog Kitchen without fear, which gives us the keys to make it look great.
We move on to the second courses, such as the beuf bourguignon, which Sofia has taught us in the blog Thousand ideas thousand projects, with whose photo we have headed the Walk this week or the Iberian pork pen with molasses that we can easily prepare at home, from Cavaru’s hand in his blog My cooking recipes that you have about this paragraph. Two carnivorous proposals of the most suggestive.
Ana and Victor de Caminar gluten-free, have been encouraged to publish a recipe for roasted lamb shoulder with thyme, rosemary, and honey, which they have prepared following the recipe of Fray Juan de Guadalupe’s cookbook.
If you fancy a dish of sea and mountains, in The things of my kitchen we have seen a chicken stew with prawns that will surely appeal to you. If you prefer fish directly, I’m staying this week with the cod in piperade made by Juan Carlos in the blog Gastronomía en verso.
Maybe it would be to fight the sadness of Blue Monday or because many were already looking forward to ” sin ” again, but we have found many sweet recipes in the last two weeks. This is our selection.
The lemon and poppy seed cake that María José has prepared in Dit and fet, we have loved. Perfect for the snack. At that time we also find the version of the Starbucks lemon cake made by Mercado Calabajío more than appetizing.
Chocolatiers will have to contain not pounce on donuts pumpkin with a chocolate topping of cuisine Ompa Lompa with this super brightness, or, following the chocolate, will also result you tempters the brownies with chocolate and nuts made Chary in My kitchen and other things.
Other great desserts to finish off any meal are the apple pie in jars, cooked at low temperature that we propose in From the view to the palate or the recipe of the Portuguese Serradura that Pikeritas Way teaches us with which we finished our second Walkthrough gastronomy from the network of the month of January.