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Tortas de Aceite Blog invites you to discover our Spanish OLIVE OIL TORTAS, the best way to enjoy your drinks and meals. All our Olive Oil Tortas are made with Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

 

Authentic Tortas de Aceite

We invite you to know our Spanish OLIVE OIL TORTAS, the best way to accompany your drinks and meals. All Spanish Olive Oil Tortas are made with Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

 

Authentic Tortas de Aceite with Orange

Our Spanish Olive Oil Tortas are the best choice at any time of the day. Our Olive Oil Tortas are healthy and made with natural ingredients of the best quality.

 

Authentic Torta de Aceite with Lemon

Our Olive Oil Tortas are delicate, crunchy, light crisp flatbread, a real delicacy to enjoy at any time of the day. They are cholesterol free, with no artificial preservatives or colorings.

 
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Cod with Boletus cream and Fine Herbs tortas de aceite

Posted on Monday, April 14th, 2014
cod with boletus cream

In this recipe will show you how to prepare cod with Boletus cream and serve it with fine herbs tortas de aceite Vegajardin. Ingredients: We need a cod loin, a potato baker’s style, a bit of fried onion, boletus cream Vegajardin, fresh cream, some sprouts, extra virgin olive oil and fine herbs tortas de aceite Vegajardin. Preparation:  We…

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Why do more and more people become a Vegetarian?

Posted on Monday, March 31st, 2014
Why do more and more people become a Vegetarian?

Nowadays more and more people turn to vegetarianism choosing a lacto-ovo approach, turning their backs on meat, fish, and poultry but still eating dairy products and eggs. The reasons are different and often compelling.  For some it is about health – researchers linked vegetarian diets to reducing cholesterol, blood pressure, and the risk of heart…

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Spanish Tropical Salad with Orange and Fine Herbs Olive Oil Tortas

Posted on Monday, March 24th, 2014
Spanish Tropical Salad with Orange and Fine Herbs Olive Oil Tortas

“Ensalada Tropical” is a salad originally from the south of Spain, from the Tropical Coast (Costa Tropical), in the provinces of Granada and Malaga, where wonderful tropical fruits and vegetables grow year-round thanks to his micro-climate. The mixture of fruit, cheese and fish is very unusual, but creates a delicious and tantalizing taste. We combine…

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Anise-Basil & Vanilla Tomato Pasta with Anise Olive Oil Tortas

Posted on Monday, March 17th, 2014
Anise-Basil & Vanilla Tomato Pasta with Anise Olive Oil Tortas

The Anise-Basil & Vanilla Tomato Pasta with Anise Olive Oil Tortas is an adapted recipe of French Chef Jean-Christophe Novelli is a surprising tomato sauce which combines the mild liquorice flavour of the anise and the basil with the sublime vanilla-tomato flavours in a subtle way. Serve this pasta with our Anise Tortas de Aceite to…

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Lemon and Peppermint Sorbet with Lemon and Cinnamon Olive Oil Tortas

Posted on Monday, March 10th, 2014
Lemon & Peppermint Sorbet with Lemon & Cinnamon Olive Oil Tortas

Coming up the time of better weather, we thought to combine one of the best summer dessert recipes with our Lemon and Cinnamon Olive Oil Tortas (Tortas de Aceite) Vegajardin. Ingredients: (Serves 6) 250 g caster sugar 14 lemons, at least 5 unwaxed 250 ml water 1 small bunch of fresh peppermint 1 heaping tablespoon of mascarpone…

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Dark hot chocolate with Orange Olive Oil Tortas

Posted on Tuesday, March 4th, 2014
Dark hot chocolate with Orange Olive Oil Tortas

This hot chocolate recipe adapted from Jamie Oliver is so simple to make and absolutely delicious. Served together with our Orange Olive Oil Tortas it’s unforgettable! Ingredients: (Serves 4) 4 cups whole milk 1 tablespoon cornflour 1 tablespoon brown sugar (or other sweetener) 200 g good-quality dark chocolate (70% cocoa solids), finely grated 1 pinch…

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Fine Herbs Olive Oil Tortas with Pisto Manchego

Posted on Friday, February 28th, 2014
pisto manchego

Pisto Manchego is a traditional Spanish dish similar to the better known ratatouille, whose origin is Castilla- La Mancha (hence its name).  Nowadays Pisto is a beloved simple dish cooked and served all over Spain.  It can be served warm to accompany a main dish or cold as a starter, Pisto can even accompany a…

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Nibbling – the healthiest way to eat

Posted on Monday, February 24th, 2014
Nibbling olive oil tortas

Do you still remember your mother telling you that nibbling will spoil your appetite? Forget about it!  At least in what it concerns eating small portions of healthy food throughout the day.  Different researchers have come to the same conclusion: eating smaller amounts more frequently has a stabilizing effect of ingestion, lowers the levels of…

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Gin and Tonic fever in Spain

Posted on Wednesday, February 19th, 2014
Spanish gin tonic

Gin sales in Spain are growing despite a slowdown in the sector, which is feeling the effects of the euro-zone crisis.  The volume of gin sold rose 3.5% between 2010 and 2011, according to IWSR, making Spain the world’s third-largest gin market by volume.  By contrast, whiskey fell 9.5% and rum volume declined 6.7% in…

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Spain – an influential history of food

Posted on Friday, February 14th, 2014
food from spain

Spanish food history is surely one of the most varied and interesting in the world. Spain received influence from many cultures and regions and its gastronomy has evolved with each century, each invasion and each conquest.  Even nowadays Spanish cuisine is still evolving and continues to be one of the forerunners in the promotion of…

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