It is named after its main ingredient, but also because everything was once measured using a yogurt cup. Some people still use this system to make it.
The red wine is a bomb of flavour that pairs fantastic with this kind of meat-not only in the glass. The sauce, if it's slightly thick, can be one of the best you ever eat.
The main difference with the English recipe is the use of cinnamon and citrus peels that provide a unique, aromatic flavour. This way, you can eat it on its own.
Think of your favourite plain, spongy cake mixed with vegetables and cooked ham or bacon-or neither. Have you ever tried merging both?
Since there are endless types of sausages you can use whichever you like. I chose chipolatas because of their plain flavour so the sauce would play a big role in the dish.
Something British and Spanish have in common is the love for a good roast. And we both like cooking chicken in the oven-obviously in our own ways.