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Gastronomy in Malaga

Malaga is one of the provinces of Andalusia which has a varied and complete gastronomy being that the area is near both sea and mountains. There is an ample array of available food items which are used in preparation of recipes which use fish, meats and/or vegetables. Thanks to the subtropical climate of the area, many fruits and vegetables of all kinds are cultivated there and are readily available. These have been incorporated into the preparation of many dishes giving them a variety of flavors; an example being the avocado, an indispensable ingredient in many dishes and salads.

A variety of fish and seafood, either cooked or fried, can be a delicious main meal or a tasty tapa. An example being the popular espetos de sardinas, these are sardines grilled right on the beach on long skewers. Also popular in warm weather are the cold soups like ajoblanco, which has a base of olive oil, garlic and almonds, or gazpacho andaluz, so delicious and refreshing in summer.

There are also a large variety of dishes made with noodles combined with cod, clams or different fish. And from the nearby mountains heavier dishes, including migas, which may include meats, chorizo, and morcilla, together with some fried eggs.


These dishes and more can be enjoyed at restaurants in and around the city: such as 7 de Julio, Adolfo Restaurante, La Taberna del Pintor, Antonio, Orellana, etc. or at any of the resturants along the boardwalk Paseo Marítimo Antonio Martín, with their variety of fried or grilled fish, seafood and rice dishes.

Another good idea is to spend the day in the mountains and eat at a typical Inn in the Montes de Málaga.

Here are two easy recipes for two typical dishes from Malaga so that you can try your hand at preparing them and taste a bit of Malaga cuisine.

  la Ensalada Malagueña    la Porra Antequerana

 

 
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