Traditional gastronomy of Aragón
Aragonese gastronomy has several tasty dishes that will delight even the most demanding. The Aragonese dishes use ingredients from the interior of the Iberian Peninsula, the resources of the garden and livestock from Zaragoza.
Do you want to know what the typical dishes of Aragon are? In this post we talk about the 5 most famous Aragonese dishes.
Ternasco de Aragón
The Ternasco Asado is young lamb meat. It uses meat from native lamb breeds from Aragon. This product has a Protected Geographical Indication (IGP) seal. That is, the European Union recognizes certain quality standards.
It is a dish traditionally consumed in Aragonese villages by shepherds and hunters. It is hard bread fried with garlic and olive oil to which various ingredients are added. In Aragon, the migas are usually accompanied by longaniza, onion and grapes.
It is a very consumed vegetable in Aragon and consumed outside Aragon very infrequently. It is usually served with boiled potatoes.
Jamón de Teruel
The first ham in Spain to obtain denominación de origen. Its production is limited to the province of Teruel.
Pollo al chilindrón
Chilindrón sauce is widespread in the north of Spain. Bring local vegetables, onions, peppers, tomatoes, courgettes, etc…