Top Four Spanish Sea Foods

Sydney is a place where you can taste a variety of Spanish seafoods in many bars and restaurants. These foods are also served in many wedding ceremonies and functions in Darling Harbour. Top four Spanish seafood dishes that are popular in Sydney Mejillones en Escabeche, Arroz com Marisco, Salmon Tartare and Galician Style Octopus. They are extremely delicious and easy to cook.

1. Mejillones en Escabeche
Mejillones en Escabeche

Mejillones en Escabeche is one of the common Spanish seafoods. This food is generally served as tapa. It is extremely delicious and very easy to prepare. To make this food, you need a certain amount of marinated mussels, white or yellow onion, garlic cloves, olive oil, salt, Spanish paprika, white wine and vinegar. It generally takes 30 to 40 minutes to cook.

2. Arroz com Marisco

Arroz com Marisco is one of the iconic Spanish sea side dishes. In this dish, bomba rice is generally served with prawns, mussels and clams. This food is quite similar to another Spanish food paella. Arroz com Marisco is mainly made of common Portuguese ingredients. This is very tasty and very common in many Spanish restaurants. Some major ingredients of this recipe are finely chopped onion, finely chopped tomatoes, bomba rice, garlic cloves, a certain amount of paprika, white wine, green peas, mussels, prawns, chicken stock and lemon juice.

3. Salmon Tartare

Salmon Tartare an elegant and fantastic Spanish appetizer that you definitely taste. It is extremly delicious and absolutely perfect for dinner. Apart from that, this Spanish sea food dish very healthy, light and easy to cook. To prepare Salmon Tartare, you will need salmon fillet, sliced salmon, fresh lime juice, shallots, olive oil, capers, Dijon mustard, whole-grain mustard, salt, black pepper and tortilla chips. This is a very quick recipe. It usually takes less than 20 minutes to completely prepare.

4. Galician Style Octopus

Galician style octopus is one of the most popular and traditional Spanish seafoods. This food is generally served as tapa in Sydney’s Spanish bars and restaurants. This food is also eaten in different occasions. As the name implies, the origin of this food is Galicia, the northwestern part of Spain. This food is very delicious and easy to prepare. If you are a Spanish food lover then definitely you like the taste of this food. Some common ingredients of this food are octopus, potatoes, a certain amount of sea salt, paprika, olive oil, honey and onion.

So, these are the top four Spanish sea foods. If your are food lover and if you are planning to explore top Spanish foods in Sydney’s tapas bars and restaurants then don’t forget to taste these four delicious foods.

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