Spanish Table, The: Traditional Recipes and Wine Pairings from Spain and Portugal

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“A great collection of recipes . . . exciting food that will keep you cooking Spanish.”
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Overview

Come let the heady spices, aromatic paellas, delicious meals baked in cazuelas, and fine wines from The Spanish Table transport you to the romance and passion of Spain and Portugal.

“A great collection of recipes . . . exciting food that will keep you cooking Spanish.”
—Paula Wolfert, author of The Cooking of the Eastern Mediterranean and The Cooking of Southwest France

“An absolutely stunning cookbook. Outstanding authentic recipes in a myriad of deliciously exciting variations.”
—Penelope Casas, author of several best selling cookbooks on the foods of Spain

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781423603733
  • Publisher: Smith, Gibbs Publisher
  • Publication date: 5/1/2009
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.10 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

His small chain specializes in selling cookware, foods, and wines unique to the Iberian Peninsula. Winston is a true Iberianophile and is an expert on wines from that region.

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The Spanish Table’s Classic Paella

5 threads saffron

1/2 cup warm dry white wine

2 tablespoons olive oil per serving capacity of the pan, enough to completely cover bottom of the pan when it is cool (the oil will expand as it heats)

1 piece chicken, such as a thigh

1 clove garlic, finely chopped

1/4 cup chopped onion

1/2 to 1 soft Spanish-style cooking chorizo

1/2 cup uncooked Valencian rice

1/2 teaspoon sweet or bittersweet pimentón

1/8 cup grated tomato (cut in half, grate, and discard the skin)

1 cup liquid per 1/2 cup rice, such as clam juice or water

1 cup chicken stock per 1/2 cup of rice, more if using bomba

2 shrimp and/or prawns

2 to 4 small clams and/or mussels

Cooked garrofón beans from Valencia (alubias), optional Some vegetables: red piquillo or morrón peppers cut in strips, peas, green beans, and/or artichoke hearts Minced parsley for garnish Lemon wedges for garnish

This style of paella is what most people associate with the name. Paella is cooked in a pan by adding ingredients progressively and allowing their flavors to merge and mingle and be absorbed into the rice. Ingredients are never removed once they are added. Exception: when using a pan slightly beyond its capacity, I remove the chicken pieces and keep them warm until everything else is in the pan and then I put them back on top where they can float on the surface, rising slightly above the rim of the pan. u Measurements are per serving so use this list as a multiplication table.

1 Dissolve the saffron in the wine and set aside.

2 At a medium temperature, heat the olive oil in a paella pan that is large enough to hold the number of servings you need. Add chicken and fry, turning, until golden brown. When chicken juice runs clear, add garlic and onions and sauté until translucent. Add chorizo and cook until heated through and beginning to sweat fat. Then add the rice and pimentón, stirring until well coated with oil, about one minute. Add the grated tomato followed by the liquid, stock, and the saffron and wine mixture. Bring to a boil, scraping the bottom of pan, and adjust heat to maintain a simmer. Add the seafood–pushing the clams hinge side down into the paella–then add beans and other vegetables you are using.

3 When you add the liquid, time for 25 minutes and then check to see if the rice is done. At this point, it is traditional to let the paella dormir, or rest, for 15 minutes while the cook has an aperitif. The paella is loosely covered, in Spain often with a section of the daily newspaper (but not the section with the soccer scores). I set a sheet of aluminum foil over the paella without crimping the edges so it can breathe a little.

4 Sprinkle with minced parsley, garnish with lemon wedges, and serve.

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Table of Contents

16 Introduction

16 The Spanish Table

20 Author’s Note

24 Ingredients

26 The Spice Cabinet

32 The Pantry

48 T ools

50 The Paella Pan

68 Covered Terracotta Cookware

88 The Cataplana

100 The Spanish Yellow Mortar

114 Cocina Pobre

116 Poor Food

130 E ntertaining

132 Celebrating With Friends

138 Valentine’s Day Dinner

144 An Easter Brunch

152 Wine Tastings

160 Barbecuing the Spanish Table Style

170 Beach Paella

176 The Iberian Picnic

184 Spanish Market Week Tapa Party

194 A Dessert Wine Tasting

202 The Holiday Feasts

216 Sources

217 Index

223 Wines and Spirits Index

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