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bonito basque style or marmitako (Spain-Euzkadi)

 
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piroshok
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2005 8:47 pm    Post subject: bonito basque style or marmitako (Spain-Euzkadi) Reply with quote

ingredients:
potatoes
bonito
tomato
green capsicum
dry white wine
olive oil
salt
preparation

Briefly fry chopped tomato, add potatoes and pepper continue frying for five minutes, add half a glass of dry white wine and a little water to top the potatoes and continue cooking until potatoes are almost done then add salt.

Add cleaned and in pieces bonito and cook for 10 minutes until done.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2005 8:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ricardo

can you provide measurements of each ingredient? Its difficult for anyone to want to try to make this without any spoons or grams. Thanks
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piroshok
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2005 10:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gina I am sorry but the quantities are assumed to be one of each as this is a typical dish from the Basque fishermen
A more restaurant version is to puree all the ingredients and pass them through a chnoise except for the potatoes and bonito of course.
The only thing I could add to the recipe is bonito steaks or pieces and the potatoes (well as many as you can fit into the sauce without much dilution) possible and yes the Basque also cook in eathenware pans or in Spanish they are called cazuelas.

A little triva is that the Basque is a language of its own and the oldest known language in Europe. There has been a civil unrest for many years in the region because of the Basque separatist called ETA
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