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<b>Mijas's cuisine</b> combines sea, country and mountain products to make the best Mediterranean fare. Fresh fish and seafood recipes alternate with great quality meat and sausage dishes. 
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With the sea as its last frontier, Mijas has an endless array of fish and seafood available, so delicious that they will please the most demanding gourmet. Clams, coquina clams, fine shellfish, grilled shrimp and many molluscs – usually stewed with parsley, garlic and white wine – will surprise the most refined cuisine. Also try the excellent </b>Victorian-style anchovie</b>s, as well as <b>seafood</b> like the great squid, mackerel, octopus and red mullet. 
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<b>Food products you should try:</b>
<ul>
<li>Alfajor (almond and nut pastry)   
<li>Almond cake   
<li>Anchovy   
<li>Asparagus   
<li>Avocado   
<li>Black pudding   
<li>Broad beans   
<li>Clams   
<li>Game meat   
<li>Horse mackerel   
<li>Mantecados (almond and lard biscuits)   
<li>Octopus   
<li>Olive oil from Axarquia   
<li>Red mullet   
<li>Ring-shaped pastries   
<li>Shortbread   
<li>Shrimp   
<li>Squid   
<li>Sweet potatoes
</ul>
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<b>Don’t forget to try:</b>
<ul>
<li>Málaga-style noodle casserole   
<li>Anchovy cooked in vinegar   
<li>Anglerfish soup   
<li>Anglerfish with potatoes   
<li>Bull's tail   
<li>Gazpacho (cold vegetable soup)   
<li>Gazpachuelo (egg soup)   
<li>Green asparagus with breadcrumbs   
<li>Málaga-style fried fish   
<li>Málaga-style stuffed tuna   
<li>Papandúas (little cod omelettes)   
<li>Porra antequerana (similar to gazpacho)   
<li>Potatoes with ajopoleo (garlic sauce)   
<li>Rice with seafood    
<li>Ronda-style broad beans   
<li>Sardines baked in a fire   
<li>Victorian-style anchovy  
</ul>
<br/><br/>Mijas's cuisine combines sea, country and mountain products to make the best Mediterranean fare. Fresh fish and seafood recipes alternate with great quality meat and sausage dishes.

With the sea as its last frontier, Mijas has an endless array of fish and seafood available, so delicious that they will please the most demanding gourmet. Clams, coquina clams, fine shellfish, grilled shrimp and many molluscs – usually stewed with parsley, garlic and white wine – will surprise the most refined cuisine. Also try the excellent Victorian-style anchovies, as well as seafood like the great squid, mackerel, octopus and red mullet.

Food products you should try:

  • Alfajor (almond and nut pastry)
  • Almond cake
  • Anchovy
  • Asparagus
  • Avocado
  • Black pudding
  • Broad beans
  • Clams
  • Game meat
  • Horse mackerel
  • Mantecados (almond and lard biscuits)
  • Octopus
  • Olive oil from Axarquia
  • Red mullet
  • Ring-shaped pastries
  • Shortbread
  • Shrimp
  • Squid
  • Sweet potatoes


Don’t forget to try:
  • Málaga-style noodle casserole
  • Anchovy cooked in vinegar
  • Anglerfish soup
  • Anglerfish with potatoes
  • Bull's tail
  • Gazpacho (cold vegetable soup)
  • Gazpachuelo (egg soup)
  • Green asparagus with breadcrumbs
  • Málaga-style fried fish
  • Málaga-style stuffed tuna
  • Papandúas (little cod omelettes)
  • Porra antequerana (similar to gazpacho)
  • Potatoes with ajopoleo (garlic sauce)
  • Rice with seafood
  • Ronda-style broad beans
  • Sardines baked in a fire
  • Victorian-style anchovy


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