Zarajos, on the left of the image

You are not from Cuenca if you have not tried these dishes

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The city of Cuenca has always been known for its hanging houses, its wealth of historical buildings and its good gastronomy. The typical dishes of Cuenca cuisine are many, pero hay algunos que debes de probar si eres de Cuenca o vienes a visitarlo por primera vez. Cabe destacar que los fogones conquenses siempre se han basado en antiguas recetas que han pasado de generación en generación conservando los aromas y sabores de antaño. Then, We mention the most outstanding dishes that you cannot miss when visiting Cuenca.

Morteruelo

Morteruelo

Morteruelo, on the right the image

Undoubtedly one of the best known and valued in Cuenca with a lot of tradition. It is a pasta made mainly with pork liver, spices and breadcrumbs, to which other meat ingredients are usually added, I eat chicken, rabbit or pork loin, as well as poultry or any meat derived from small game.

Zarajos

Zarajos, on the left of the image

Zarajos, on the left of the image

It is based on the intestines of suckling lamb, what, after being marinated, they are wound on a vine to, next, be fried in olive oil, although they can also be roasted in the oven or grilled.

Crumbs with egg

Crumbs with egg

Crumbs with egg

Egg crumbs are a very popular and appreciated dish in Cuenca gastronomy., whose basic ingredients are dry bread, eggs, garlic, olive oil, salt and water.

Ajoarriero

Ajoarriero

Ajoarriero

Ajoarriero is a pasta or pate made with cod, potatoes, it, breadcrumbs and oil. You can add, optionally, boiled egg and parsley for garnish. It is a typical dish from cold regions, as can be seen in its ingredients, nothing complicated to acquire in these areas. It is common to taste it in winter, but it can be eaten with pleasure at any time of the year, especially as an aperitif or first course.

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All food in Cuenca must end with this liquor of Muslim origin that was originally only consumed at Easter but is now found throughout the year. Based on coffee cream, cognac and anise. They claim that it has digestive virtues, That is why it is the best option to end a true lunch or dinner representative of the gastronomy of Cuenca..

Definitely, Eating in Cuenca and its surroundings is a sensational and unique experience. Unbeatable option to taste the best gastronomy of Cuenca is to visit the Scorching restaurant The Secret of the Cathedral, both for its quality of service and for its perfect location in front of the beautiful Cathedral of Cuenca.

Scorching Terrace The Secret of the Cathedral

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