Escalivada is a very traditional Spanish dish prepared along the Mediterranean coast of Murcia, Valencia, Catalonia, as well as in Aragón. It consists of roasted red peppers, eggplant, onion, tomato, zucchini, and any other veggie on hand. The name comes from the Catalan verb "escalivar" meaning to cook in ashes.
This recipe is not only healthy and delicious - it will also help you understand the tú form of the Imperative! Enjoy!
Si todavía no os habéis atrevido a cocinar una paella, El Patio os muestra cómo hacerla. ¡Que os aproveche! If you haven't yet tried to make a paella, El Patio is going to show you how - isn't that what a Spanish language school is for? Enjoy!
Mmmm, sardinitas. Say hello to another in our series of edu-recipes which enable you to learn some Spanish whilst preparing food and enjoying it! You'll find a summary of the different grammatical elements, the verb forms used, as well as vocabulary. This is good for students at level A1 (Elementary 1, 2, 3 & Upper Elem. 1).
Learn some Spanish whilst preparing and enjoying food! Pulpo a la gallega is a very popular dish in Galicia, in the north-west of Spain. With an extensive coastline which is indented with numerous estuaries (rías), it hardly needs saying that Galicia is great for seafood! The language in this recipe is good for students at level B1 (Upper Intermediate).
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