Vegetarian Potato Bombas are tasty little stuffed mashed potato balls that you can find in Spanish tapas bars – by Cilantro and Citronella.
Spanish cuisine derives from a complex history, where invasions of the country and conquests of new territories modified traditions and made new ingredients available. At home, Spanish meals wouldn’t be too fancy, and would contain soup or a pasta dish, salad, a meat or a fish dish and a dessert such as fruit or cheese. Green salad with the meat or fish courses. Appetizers before lunch or dinner are common in the form of tapas. Did you know that most businesses there shut down for two or three hours for lunch, then resume the working day until dinner time in the evening? Wow, I really need to relocate!
I am yet to try cooking Spanish food and I must say that Melissa’s Vegetarian Potato Bombas are surely tempting me enough to try this cuisine immediately. Melissa too like me is a vegetarian and vegan food blogger. Her recipes have an international twist to it. I admire her work and she has some great tutorials on how to start a food blog that you must check out.
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