Andalucia cuisine

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Andalucian versions

The cold soup Gazpacho comes in many varieties in Andalucia and other parts of Spain. The Andalucia versions are particularly noteworthy. Most are made by adding ingredients like bread, green peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, raw eggs, and croutons to the basic garlic broth.

Ajo Blanco con Uvas

An interesting variety of Gazpacho is Malaga's Ajo Blanco con Uvas, a garlic broth in which peeled white grapes float.

Gazpacho Blanco

The simplest gazpacho is Cordoba's Gazpacho Blanco (made with just olive oil, vinegar, garlic, and almonds diluted with cold water).

Andalucia cuisine

Huevos a la Flamenca

A specialty of the city of Seville. It's a baked dish of eggs broken over a bed of stewed vegetables such as tomatoes, peppers, green peas, and asparagus tips.


Skewered grilled small pieces of meat or other ingredients.

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Culinary influences

Andalusia cooking is influenced by two very different cooking styles: Spanish and Moorish (it was ruled by the Moors for centuries). The blend has produced an admirable cuisine.

Best gourmet city

Seville is the top all-around food city in Andalucia. Alhambra, Cadiz, Cordoba, Granada, and Malaga are runners-up.

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