This salty Christmas wreath is an easy and appetizing proposal that will delight both young and old. And it is a tasty and striking dish that conquers with its soft and delicate flavor, its irresistible crunchy texture on the outside and creamy on the inside, and its colorful and Christmas appearance.
This is a very simple and easy-to-make traditional recipe that is prepared to celebrate All Saints' Day, although as often happens with 'pan sweets', it is also typical of Holy Week, especially in Seville (Spain).
This strudel is a salty cake formed by several layers of phyllo dough and a delicious stuffing of mushrooms and nuts that, when rolled, creates a kind of swirl. That is precisely where its name comes from, since in German, the word 'strudel' is literally translated as "swirl."
This is an ideal dish for any special event, so it is undoubtedly a great choice for the holidays. And it is a recipe of sweet and festive flavor, where the aroma of Pedro Ximénez grape wine has a delicious protagonism that is really captivating.
The pates are, thanks to the infinite combinations of ingredients they accept, one of the most versatile foods that exist, allowing us to enjoy from a classic hummus to a delicious red pepper pate with mushrooms and tofu , as well as this exquisite dry tomato pate to the pepper.
The Baba ganoush or Mutabbal betinjan is a very creamy pâté made from roasted eggplant, very traditional from the Levantine cuisine of Jordan, Lebanon, Israel, Palestine, Syria and southern Turkey; although its preparation is also very typical in the Maghreb countries.
These fritters are crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside, and inside we find pieces of natural apple that give a texture contrast and an irresistible fruity touch. But what gives them the touch of distinction is, without a doubt, the delicious aromatic point that cinnamon and vanilla give them.