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Welcome to Spanish Sabores! Discover simple Spanish recipes and travel tips in Spain and beyond.

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I love to cook and my recipes are a reflection of the Spanish classics (mostly from my Andalusian mother-in-law) and my love for travel. For simple Spanish recipes with an occasional twist, you’re in the right place!

Lauren Aloise

Marmitako a Basque tuna stew.

Marmitako Recipe | Basque Tuna Stew

Today I share with you an easy and quick marmitako recipe. This Basque tuna stew is bursting with flavor and is ready in less than an hour! Delicious marmitako Every time I see marmitako on a restaurant’s daily lunch menu I have to order it. This Basque tuna stew is bursting…

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Marmitako a Basque tuna stew.

Marmitako Recipe | Basque Tuna Stew

Today I share with you an easy and quick marmitako recipe. This Basque tuna stew is bursting with flavor and is ready in less than an hour! Delicious marmitako Every time I see marmitako on a restaurant’s daily lunch menu I have to order it. This Basque tuna stew is bursting…

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albondigas de choco, Fish meatballs

Albóndigas de Choco Recipe: Andalusian Cuttlefish Meatballs

Today David shares his albóndigas de choco recipe, a classic dish in southern Spain, and one of my husband’s favorites!  I always used to get confused by tapas dishes made with “choco”. When I first moved to Spain, it seemed like cooks kept putting chocolate in dishes where it didn’t belong. Why would I want…

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A slice of burnt Basque cheesecake.

Burnt Basque Cheesecake Recipe

I first tasted burnt Basque cheesecake long before it became world-famous. Now it even has its own hashtag on Instagram! This easy burnt Basque cheesecake recipe comes from the Devour Tours cookbook and is based on the original version served at La Viña in San Sebastián. My delicious cheesecake following the…

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Travel Post Section

Getting around Barcelona

Getting Around Barcelona: Public Transportation Guide

Trying to make your way around a new city can be confusing. Throw in the fact that maps and signs in Barcelona use not just one, but two different languages, and figuring out the public transportation system may seem downright intimidating. However, there’s no reason to freak out just yet—getting around Barcelona is easier than you think.…

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