La Palma -

La Palma

The  cuisine in La Palma stands out as one of the most elaborated of the archipelago, especially their desserts presented in most of the islands and the “mojos” (Canarian spicy sauces). Canarian gastronomy is certainly influenced by other styles of cooking, with Spanish cuisine being the most notable contributor. We would also highlight the legacy left behind by the Guanches (original inhabitants of the Canary Islands) and also the influence of Latin American cuisine.
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<b>We recommend:</b>
<ul>
<li>Escachón o escacho palmero
<li>Chicharrones
<li>Revoltillo
<li>Potaje de trigo
</ul>
<b>Desserts:</b>
<ul>
<li>Principe Alberto
<li>Almendrados
<li>Quesillo
<li>Rapaduras
<li>Queso de almendras
</ul>
<b>Drinks:</b>
<ul>
<li>Wine Specially Malvasía and tea
<li>Ron de caña (cane rum)
<li>Ron miel- (honey rum)
<li>Mistela
<li>Parra
</ul>The cuisine in La Palma stands out as one of the most elaborated of the archipelago, especially their desserts presented in most of the islands and the “mojos” (Canarian spicy sauces). Canarian gastronomy is certainly influenced by other styles of cooking, with Spanish cuisine being the most notable contributor. We would also highlight the legacy left behind by the Guanches (original inhabitants of the Canary Islands) and also the influence of Latin American cuisine.

We recommend:

  • Escachón o escacho palmero
  • Chicharrones
  • Revoltillo
  • Potaje de trigo
Desserts:
  • Principe Alberto
  • Almendrados
  • Quesillo
  • Rapaduras
  • Queso de almendras
Drinks:
  • Wine Specially Malvasía and tea
  • Ron de caña (cane rum)
  • Ron miel- (honey rum)
  • Mistela
  • Parra

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