Hispanic Food

History of Hispanic Food
Hispanic food is distinctly Latin American in style. The term Hispanic is used to describe someone from Latin America or Spain. Hispanic cooking stems from conventional cooking methods of olden times from the countries of Spain, Gibraltar, Andorra and Portugal. It is from these places that Hispanic people draw their roots and heritage as well as the primary cooking style and Hispanic recipes.
Popular Hispanic Recipes
Tortilla is the most famous of all Hispanic food. It is served warm and fried and is even used as the base for other Hispanic food.
Beans and rice make up a large part of conventional Hispanic recipes. They can be employed in side dishes that go well with enchiladas and tacos as well as fillers for tacos, burritos and chimichangas. Meats like crumbled or shredded beef, pork or chicken are used in the majority of Hispanic main course dishes.
Cochinillo Asado (Roast Suckling Pig)
Cochinillo Asado is basically roasted pig(tender baby pig). Its fatty on the outside and really crispy and juicy on the inside. Great for people who like pork rind
Pulpo a la Gallega (Galician Octopus)
It is a Hispanic signature dish. Its basically boiled octopus garnished with rock salt, paprika and olive oil. The flavor is inoffensive and subtle but some people might be offended  by the slimy outer texture.
Gambas Ajillo (Garlic Prawns)
Tasty large prawns, cooked with chilli flakes and garlic in olive oil.
Jamon Iberico and Chorizo (Iberian Ham and Spicy Sausage)
Its roasted Iberian ham served with chorizo(spicy sausage cooked in wine or cider).
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Paella (Spanish Rice Dish)
Paella is the flagship traditional dish belonging to the Spanish cuisine. Its cooked yellow rice kaced with mussels and prawns
Tortilla Española (Spanish Omelet)
Omelet with onion and potato.  It is sometimes stuffed with mushrooms, prawns or squid inside and is often topped with cheese.

Hispanic Food Blogs

Hispanic Foods And Beverages Projected To Flourish

On : 16-Aug-2007 By : The Tortilla Guy

Hispanic Foods and Beverages Projected to Flourish   NEW YORK — Sales of Hispanic food and beverages will grow from almost $5.7 billion in 2006 to nearly $8.4 billion in 2011, according to market research firm Packaged Facts. As the U.S....

Stores Embrace Hispanic Tradition Of 3 Kings Day

On : 08-Jan-2008 By : The Tortilla Guy

If you think the holiday shopping season is over, you're wrong. A growing number of retailers are promoting the Hispanic tradition of celebrating Three Kings Day every Jan. 6 as a way to extend the buying season past Christmas and connect with...

Dr Pepper Celebrates Hispanic Community’s Authenticity And Unique Self-expression

Dr Pepper Celebrates Hispanic Community’s Authenticity And Unique Self-expression On : 24-Oct-2007 By : The Tortilla Guy

Sabrosura Art Contest taps into consumer desire for more taste, more flavor, more enjoyment Starting today, Dr Pepper, the only soft drink featuring a robust taste of an authentic blend of 23 flavors, invites Latino artists around the country...

What Is Cinco De Mayo

What Is Cinco De Mayo On : 04-May-2007 By : foodlover

Cinco de Mayo ("The Fifth of May" in Spanish ) is national holiday of Mexico which is also widely celebrated in the United States . It commemorates the victory of Mexican forces led by General Ignacio Zaragoza Seguin ...

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