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How to Make Crème Caramel Flan: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta
Apr27

How to Make Crème Caramel Flan: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

Flan is a popular dessert in Spain and Latin America and since it is so delicious, it’s a good idea to learn how to make Crème Caramel Flan, so yo can add it to your list of favorite recipes. How to Make Crème Caramel Flan: This recipe can be made to be served in one large souffle dish or individual ramekins. I usually choose to make it using ramekins. Type: Dessert Recipe Prep Time: 12 min Cook Time: 1 hr 15 min Cool Time: 5...

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Web Chef Review: Castelanotti Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Mar20

Web Chef Review: Castelanotti Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil

If you haven’t already tried it, check out Castelanotti Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil. This olive oil is made at a single estate, meaning they grow, harvest, press the olives, as well as manufacture the olive oil product, on their own premises. This is a contrast to others, who import their olives and may send them elsewhere to be handled and packed. The preference is to use single estate olive oils. Castelanotti Arbequina...

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Web Chef Review: Castelanotti Picual Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Jul03

Web Chef Review: Castelanotti Picual Extra Virgin Olive Oil

I’m coming at you today with some really GREAT olive oil. Castelanotti Picual Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a single estate virgin olive oil. That means, they grow, harvest & manufacture their olives right on site. Single Estates are very rare, anywhere. In Spain, there are two single estates that I know of, one being Castelanotti, and another similarly named. Based upon quality & price, we find that Spanish olive oils are...

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Web Chef Review: PX Vinegar
Feb24

Web Chef Review: PX Vinegar

I am really excited to share this food product with you today, called PX Vinegar, which stands for Pedro Ximenez Vinegar. Pedro Ximenez is a variety of grape, and comes from Spain. This vinegar is reminiscent of a balsamic vinegar in many ways, as it is dark in color. It is bitter, sour and sweet with finishing hints of fig, to my palate. This particular vinegar is made in the Solara method, which is a complicated way of fermenting in...

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Web Chef Review: La Chinata Smoked Sweet Paprika Powder
Feb24

Web Chef Review: La Chinata Smoked Sweet Paprika Powder

If you haven’t had the opportunity to try out smoked paprika powder, they are not all created alike. Some paprika has relatively no flavor, that you purchase from your grocer. Some is so spicy, you can hardly take it. If you’re looking for the perfect alternative for paprika, I suggest La Chinata Smoked Sweet Paprika Powder. Now, La Chinata paprika comes from Spain and there are 3 varieties: sweet, bitter sweet, and spicy....

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How to Cook Smoked Paprika Mushroom Rice
Jan15

How to Cook Smoked Paprika Mushroom Rice

Trying to figure out a fabulous side dish for my Crusted Pork Tenderloin, and I remembered my amazing smoked paprika powder! This Thai scented rice was rocked by this spice, along with some gorgeous mushrooms to be a perfect accompaniment for this special loin. I served peas alongside this last night, but you may do what it is you like when it comes to mixing and matching… …I just want to be sure you have the knowledge to...

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How to Cook Smoked Paprika, Piquillo Pepper & Tomato Soup
Jan13

How to Cook Smoked Paprika, Piquillo Pepper & Tomato Soup

Looking for a hearty, flavorful soup for this cold winter weather? Try this fiery blend of smoked paprika, piquillo peppers, chilies & tomatoes with the accent of a balsamic-style vinegar to top it all off. The video is an episode of “Qualifirst Cooking with Kimberly“. Be sure to Subscribe today! In this recipe, I am using some special ingredients that are kicking this soup to another level entirely. Firstly, the...

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How to Roast Smoked Paprika Chicken Quarters
Jan13

How to Roast Smoked Paprika Chicken Quarters

Tonight, I wanted to cook something that was simple and classic, but that had serious flavor. I have this Sweet Smoked Paprika Powder from La Chinata I got from Qualifirst Foods online, and I wanted this to be the centerpiece of this dish tonight. This smoked paprika powder comes in 3 varieties: sweet, bitter-sweet, and hot. I am using the sweet variety today. The sweet, smokey aroma and flavor were truly what drove this dish. Simply...

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