Spanish Flavors

Tender pork flavored with rosemary, white wine, and pomegranate juice.

Antonio Banderas. Penelope Cruz. The architecture of Antoni Gaudi.

Sangria. Cava. Tapas. And melt-in-your-mouth Iberico ham.

I love all things Spanish.

When I spied the new “One Pot Spanish” (Sellers Publishing) cookbook by Spanish cooking authority Penelope Casas, it brought back delectable memories of my trip to Spain long ago, when I got my fill of seafood paella, briny olives, and bracing gazpacho.

Casas’ newest cookbook is filled with dishes easily made at home, including marinated chickpeas with capers and red pepper; lentil soup Madrid-style; and grilled fish with anchovy-caper sauce.

Enjoy my review of the book, and the recipe for pork tenderloin in pomegranate syrup at ProjectFoodie.com.

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14 comments

  1. 1

    The pork looks very tender, sounds like with some changes to increase the flavor of the sauce this could be an excellent dish.

  2. 2

    For some reason, I always thought Spanish food will be rather laborious to make at home, with a lot of expensive ingredients (think saffron). I’ll be very interested to see how this cookbook brings Spanish cooking to the regular kitchen.

  3. 3

    Mmmm, that pork tenderloin looks soooo good. Add some eggs and I’m calling that breakfast!

  4. 4

    That meat looks ¨flavorful, tender, juicy and cooked to perfection!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  5. 5

    Another time pork tenderloin on the screen makes us want to try cooking it!

  6. 6

    This looks delicious, but for me, when I think of Spanish flavors, I think of Jose Andreas. I love his restaurants and his cookbooks are fun too.

  7. 7

    Wow, I’m ravenously hungry all of a sudden!

  8. 8

    I love grilled pork tenderloin. It lends itself very well to a variety of marinades. Yours is particularly mouth-watering.

  9. 9

    So funny. I just gave a tapas class on Saturday night and used Casas’s Tapas book. And today I posted about empanadas!

  10. 10

    That pork looks divine. I am off to check out your post about it!

    And thanks for the tip about the Chirashi. I often order it when I am out and never think to make it at home. I think I now have dinner plans for later this week :-)

  11. 11

    Awesome photo of the dish. I love seeing great photography with food – what a great combination! Great post!

  12. 12

    The pork looks so juicy and mouthwatering, I can hardly contain myself! I can almost taste your photo!

  13. 13

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  14. 14

    I’ve bookmarked the recipe! It looks so succulent from your photo and the recipe so straigthforwardly delicious. And half the fun will be in deciding which complements to serve with it!

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