Chocolate tasting of horchata

I already spoke the other day about the medieval market that was held in my town a few weeks ago, I also talked about craft stalls and among them I made a slight reference to a chocolate stall and a horchata chocolate tablet that called me a lot the attention The company that manufactures it is Chocolates Comes, a chocolate company from Sueca (Valencia), this company works all its products by hand and even within its facilities we can visit the chocolate museum.

European salads Recipe book

You already know that in Direct to the Palate we have a weakness for confectionery, desserts and sweets in general, but occasionally it does not hurt to think of lighter dishes, to compensate. That's why I bring you European Salads, a book full of magnificent salad recipes with an original point.

Legumes, energy source

Since childhood we have been told that it is necessary to eat legumes, at least two or three times a week, that they are a source of energy and protein and that they are very good. Now that we are adults, we may see it more clearly and think like our parents. Sincerely, for our part we have found a thousand and one elaborations to enjoy a healthy food.

Sweet and lemon wine sponge cake. Recipe

I don't know what the biscuits will have but they are sweet that they lose us. That's why we are always trying new recipes and taking note of tricks to make them more fluffy, light and tasty. This week we tried to add sweet wine to one of our favorite mixes and we liked the result so much that we want to share with you the recipe for the sweet and lemon wine sponge cake.

Roasted potato skewer with pesto and anchovies. Recipe

This skewer of roasted potatoes with pesto and anchovies, was the appetizer we had on Sunday, with a beer, while the meal was finished. It seems to me that the appetizers are almost what I like most of the weekend. When I prepared the noodles with Burgos cheese and spinach and pistachio pesto a few days ago, a good amount of pesto was left over, so on Sunday I set out preparing these roasted potatoes in the oven.

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