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Garlic Colorao

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It is a fish recipe originally prepared by the wives of the fishermen using the line, a fish that was almost not consumed because of how complicated it was to obtain their meat. To prepare it, they started with mashed potatoes, adding paprika, tomatoes and a stripe that was crumbled and cleaned of thorns. In gastronomy the fins of the small pieces for consumption are usually used since they lack spines, they only have cartilage.

Ingredients

4 portions
  • 1 kilo potato, or potatoes
  • 1 kilo White fish, (stripe)
  • 2 red peppers, dry (ñoras)
  • 2 tablespoons paprika, ground
  • 2 tomatoes, mature
  • 6 cloves garlic
  • 1 glass olive oil, (250 ml)
  • 3 liters Water
  • saffron
  • cumin
  • parsley
  • salt

Preparation

Put the potatoes, peppers and tomatoes in a pan with 3 liters of water and salt.
Clean the line, remove the thorns and cut it into pieces.
At half-cooked potatoes add the stripe.
Let boil until everything is well cooked (15 minutes more approximately) and reserve.
In a mortar, combine cumin, saffron, garlic, a dry pepper (ñora) and tomatoes.
Crush the reserved potatoes in another container and add the mashed potatoes.
Rectify salt.
To the previous mixture add paprika, a little of the reserved cooking broth, the oil and the shredded fish.
Mix everything very well and serve.

PRESENTATION

Serve in soups, decorate with fried cornmeal sticks, strips of roasted peppers or with a little fried bread.

TIPS

This recipe is similar to the manchego dish called atascaburras and levantine rin-ran, but none of them contains fresh fish as in garlic colorao.

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