A dish that you should really consider trying when visiting Seville, Spain is Huevos a la flamenco! This is a popular dish as it is a very commonly liked traditional dish. Huevos a la flamenco is formally known to be a dish served for breakfast that consists of tomato sauce, peas along with other cooked vegetables, ham, chorizo, and a couple of eggs. Depending on where you go to try this dish it will be prepared differently depending on the chefs’ preferences, this is because there really is no definite recipe to correctly prepare it. Although American culture considers a dish with eggs in it to usually be a breakfast dish, this is not always the case in Spain. It is quite common that dishes with eggs are served for lunch or dinner as well as breakfast. Do not miss out on this delightful opportunity to start your day right with enjoying Huevos a la flamenco.
Alright now that we have covered breakfast let’s move on to must try entrée cuisine. Patatas Bravas are considered to be one of the most famous tapas, snacks or appetizers, in Seville, Spain. The dish Patatas Bravas includes fried potatoes that are covered in bravas sauce which is a mouthwatering partially spicy and smoky flavor sauce. This sauce was created to completely distinguish the potatoes from any other fried potatoes you will get your hands on. A restaurant in Seville that you must try to enjoy Patatas Bravas is the Restaurante Bicho Malo and I promise once you do you will have an overwhelming feeling of money well spent!
On the notes of marvelous entrées that are available for you to try in Seville, Spain lets discuss a well liked rich and delicious stew. Robo de Toro is a classic Spanish stew, commonly known as an oxtail stew, that is made from oxtail tail, tomatoes, red wine, sherry, leeks, red peppers, celery, and onions. Although outside of the country of Spain Robo de Toro is known as oxtail stew, in Spain this stew is best represented by the title bull tail stew as the words Robo de Toro mean a bull’s tail. All in all, this is a Spanish dish that goes by many names, I just thought I should include this information as your trip to Seville should be a relaxing getaway and not a confusing time abroad trying to figure out simple translations to things when the fact of the matter is that the information you thought you had learned is deemed not completely correct . Robo de Toro is said that traditionally it was served after bullfights and because of this word got around and it soon became exceedingly popular across Spain and still remains just as popular today. Although Robo de Toro is said to have Roman origin as the stew dates back to Roman times, in reality it was an Andalusian creation that was supposedly inspired in Córdoba. Just like pretty much all dishes in Spain each restaurant you visit will use their own unique, yet somewhat similar recipe to prepare this dish. Don’t wait any longer and try Robo de Toro as soon as you can get your hands on it!!