Andorran Menu

Andorrans have a wonderful tradition of growing and hunting their own foods. Whether vegetables from a small garden, mushrooms found on a mountain path, or fish pulled from a nearby river, there’s nothing better than fresh picked flavor.

Pa amb tomaquet [recipe]
Toasted country bread rubbed with fresh cut tomato and garlic cloves

Trinxat [recipe]
Potato, cabbage, and fried bacon hash

Grilled Whole Trout [recipe]
A whole trout seasoned with olive oil, lemon juice and parsley.

Warm Spinach & Mushroom Salad [recipe]
Warm spinach tossed with sauteed wild mushrooms, garlic,
raisins, and slivered almonds.

Brac de Gitano [recipe]
Apricot cream roll. Brac de Gitano means “Gypsy Arm.”

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Comments

  1. Grammie Sue aka Mom aka susan says:

    How avante guarde….goshe….a presentation to rival any at the CIA…yummmmm (this is becoming my favorite “word”

  2. I cannot wait to see the pictures!! Sounds YUMMY!!

  3. aunty eileen says:

    me also… I love sasha’s pictures of her finished creations : )

  4. Thanks everyone :) I am looking forward to this meal too… especially the fish!

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