If a No-Deal Brexit had happened, I would have most probably never posted this recipe. Can you imagine a real lack of fresh produce in the country because there is no supply at all?
Unlike Russian salad, this is a genuine national dish, original from the rural areas (as its name suggests) which used to serve as a good source of energy for farmers and harvesters. The preparation is, quick, effortless and less complex…
It consists in a citrus-marinated fish with vegetables. It dates back to the early Pre-columbian, coastal civilizations of Northern Peru.
At first sight, you may think it is a half-way gazpacho. However, this is a hallmark of the Jaen region that changes as you move from one town to another.
Today's recipe is about the surprising story of how a dish original from France, popularised in Russia is a Spanish summer staple.
Ancient Mediterranean civilizations already ate a flatbread to commemorate the summer solstice. This tradition has survived through the ages and landed to our days in multiple forms.