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Malaga food is food belonging to the local cuisine of the city of Malaga that is located on the Mediterranean. The city is very famous for its fresh sea food and there are a huge number of fresh seafood restaurants ... More »
Seeded Malaga Raisin Pie
Simmer raisins, boiling water, orange rind, and salt for 10 minutes in a covered saucepan.
Thoroughly combine brown sugar and cornstarch.
Gradually add to the raisin mixture, stirring to prevent lumps.
Cook over medium heat until the sauce is thick and... - 45.8724
Malaga Pork Chops
The day before the barbecue, place raisins and rum in a bowl.
Let stand overnight.
The next day, melt butter in a frying pan over moderate heat.
Add apple and cook 2 minutes, or until soft.
Add onion, celery, stock, brown sugar, salt and pepper.
Place... - 42.3927
Cut round steak into 1/2" x 1/4" x 1" pieces.
Brown a few chunks at a time in olive oil, rapidly, so that they do not stew.
Add chopped onion and brown; add red table wine, scraping bottom of pan well.
Add remaining ingredients, except mushrooms and sour... - 41.6066
Piquant Malaga Sauce
Chop the hard-cooked eggs and mix with the raw eggs, pepper, cayenne pepper and oil.
Stir in the chopped almonds, the raisins and remaining ingredients.
Leave in a cool place for 20 minutes to allow the flavors to blend.
Serve this sauce with broiled fish,... - 33.7247
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White Grape Salad
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French Fruit Salad
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Jellied Grape Salad
Soften gelatin in cold water.
Add hot water, sugar, and salt; stir until dissolved.
Add orange and lemon juice.
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Fillets Of Sole Catherine
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Rub with lemon, salt and pepper on all sides.
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If using Tokay or Malaga grapes, cook grapes whole.
Otherwise, separate pulp from skins of grapes.
Cook skins 15 to 20 minutes, adding only enough water to prevent sticking (about 1/2 cup).
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Prepare and cool custard as directed.
Meanwhile, pour wine over fruits and let stand 1 hour; also puree chestnuts.
Mix fruits and chestnuts into custard.
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