Spanish cuisine is influenced by Spain’s location, surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Seafood is plentiful and popular in traditional Spanish dishes. Spanish cuisine has also been highly influenced by the many international destinations in which Spain once conquered.
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Chicken or Beef in Green Sauce, In Mexico we call a baby tamal because the baby looks like traditional steamed corn dish wrapped in its corn husk, and like babies, they are loved by everyone.
Mexican Street Corn recipe is a common Mexican street food that is made by grilling corn on the cob and then coating it with a sauce made up of mayonnaise, sour cream, cotija cheese, chile powder, and lime.
A tostada is a Mexican favorite that has a fried corn tortilla base and is served up with refried beans, meat, and toppings of your choice, usually with fresh vegetables and your favorite sauces. You can find tostadas with ground beef, chicken, pork, or even avocado.
taco dorado de cochinita (Flauta)
These flautas are about to become your family’s favorite quick and easy dinner, appetizer or snack! Flour tortillas are stuffed with fiesta spiced chicken, cheese, salsa and sour cream, rolled up then fried or baked to golden, crispy perfection.
burrito de chorizo
Breakfast Burritos come in all varieties. Almost all Breakfast Burritos contain scrambled eggs and then either meat (bacon, sausage, chorizo or ham).
It arises in the rural areas of Valencia between the 15th and 16th centuries, due to the need of peasants and shepherds of an easy meal to prepare with the ingredients that they had in the field. It is said that they were the ones who cooked for their wife’s and that’s where the name Paella came from. (For her)
Paella arises in rural areas of Valencia between the 15th and 16th centuries, due to the need of the peasants and shepherds of an easy meal to prepare and with the ingredients that they had on hand in the field.
Paella or black rice is a Mediterranean dish characterized by its striking black color. That black color comes from squid ink.
The fideua is an original specialty of Gandia and spread throughout the Valencian Community. It is a pasta dish with a deep-sea flavor, but it is cooked in a paella and in a similar way to a seafood rice. Its origin, like that of many paellas and stews, is found in the customs of fishermen and sailors.
The potato omelette was invented in Extremadura in 1798. Until now the legend of the invention (or rather recipe) was in Navarra in 1835 when General Tomas de Zumalacarregui during the siege of Bilbao in the First Carlist War was looking for cheap and nutritious food for his troops.
Named in this way because of its origin in the fairs of the Maragatos who returned from the Galician lands with dried octopus. In fact, this was one of the few marine products that traveled to the plateau, he rehydrated it with olive oil and seasoned with his peppers.
BONELESS BAKED PORK LEG
The fresh leg of pork, also known as pernil, is the hind limb (serrano), the fresh leg of pork is available with and without bone.
BRAVAS POTATOES AIOLI
The origin of the dish comes from two Madrid establishments that currently no longer exist: La Casa Perico and La Casona. Much is said about which of the two places was really the creator of the patatas bravas, but around 1960 the queues to try this flat they were mythical.
CHORIZO WITH CIDER
Chorizo a la cider is a preparation of Asturian cuisine in which Asturian chorizos (a variety of chorizo) are cooked after being lightly roasted. It is frequently served in some bars as an aperitif in a clay pot, being accompanied by typical drinks such as cider, wine or beer.
Chicken, olive oil, onion, garlic, red bell peppers, ham, tomato, white wine, black and green olives, tomato sauce.
Another version of the origin of the creation of the term tapa relates that it was on the occasion of a visit by King Alfonso XIII to the province of Cádiz, where he stopped with his entire entourage to have a sherry wine at an inn in the area, called ¨ventorrillo del Chato¨ (they still exist today).
PIQUITOS STUFFED WITH MEAT AND FRUITS
Stuffed peppers are a present dish, under different names and forms. In traditions egg, herbs and spices (especially paprika and parsley). Various varieties of pepper are used, such as piquillo.
SPANISH STYLE OSSOBUCO
The name ossobuco literally means «hollow bone» in reference to the original Italian meat stew from the Lombardy area, whose main ingredient is a special cut of veal sausage.
GARDENER CHICKEN BREAST
A lifelong stew, with inexpensive ingredients and garden vegetables. Ideal for day to day.
CAKE 4 YOU
Our Chef will be more than happy to prepare special cake for you and your love ones.
Flan is a dessert that is prepared by everyone. In Mexico it is prepared with caramel and vanilla to give it that Mexican touch that you will adore.
Some people believe that this dessert originated in Mexico, but its origin is in China and it reached Mexican lands thanks to Portuguese merchants, who tasted the ‘youtiao’ also known as ‘fried demon’ or ‘plane in oil ‘.
Without a doubt one of the best desserts in the world.
COFFEE JELLY WITH BAILEY
A spell of Irish origin, bailey is an Irish cream and was the first liqueur to combine cream, alcohol and jelly.
Margarita is the quintessential Mexican cocktail. You can find it all over the world.
The Bull has been around for centuries. It really wakes you up and gets you charging around.
This little beauty combines two Mexican obsessions – tequila and jalapeños.
This one is simple but brilliant. I’m not sure if you could even call it a cocktail, it’s more like a spirit and mixer.
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Do you want a Mexican, Spanish or French cuisine for dinner? Or how about an elegant brunch to celebrate a special occasion? Perhaps an amazing charcuterie board for a happy hour at your residence? We have it all! If you have kids with your group, We will bring games and involve them in the cooking process. We also have access to a Marachi band and Flamenco dancers if you’d like some entertainment while waiting for dinner to be served. Manuel, will make the most delicious cocktails to ensures that everyone is well hydrated. Welcome to Cabo!
If you’re in the Cabo San Lucas area and you’d like to have a personal chef cater some amazing meals for your group then you MUST check out 3 Culturas Catering, they are simply amazing .
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