Tag Archives: Spain

Fried Tilapia

This is basically the same as the breaded chicken recipe except for this I used talapia. You first dip the talapia in flour, then egg, then panko bread crumbs. Then fry in a pan with a generous amount of oil. Very simple and a good crowd pleaser. Panko bread crumbs are japanese and are much better than using italian bread crumbs because they create a crispier, flakier crust on the fish (or chicken).

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A Taste of Spain

For dinner tonight I made Hake which is a type of white fish. When I was in Spain my host mother made this for me and my family and I loved it. All you do is preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Brush the hake lightly with a touch of EVOO. Bake in the oven for 30 minutes or until fish is cooked through. Right before the fish is done, sauté some sliced garlic in EVOO. When the fish is done cooking, pour the EVOO and garlic mixture over the fish. It is that simple!



In May and June of 2009 I went abroad to Spain. My program was based in Madrid. At the end of the program my parents came to visit and we went to Barcelona. In Barcelona there is a famous market called La Boqueria. The market has beautiful displays that are are lined up row after row. The site is truly amazing. Everything is colorful and fresh and the atmosphere in the market is great. Here are pictures of some of the booths in La Boqueria.

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