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Would you like to learn how to prepare a simple dish of a lifetime, but with an unbeatable taste? If so, you are in the right place, because we are going to explain our exquisite recipe for peas with Jamón.
Although this legume comes from the Middle East, it is an essential part of traditional Spanish cuisine, as you can eat frozen or canned all year round. It is true that, in spring, it is even more common because they are typical of this seasonSpanish Jamón is a product that is consumed all year round,... More.
Did you know that it is a food rich in protein, vitamins, potassium and fibre? We invite you to try this recipe that we propose at Enrique Tomás and learn how to include hamIberian ham (jamón ibérico) is a culinary tradition in Spa... More in nutritious, healthy and beneficial preparations for your body.
You will have it ready in the blink of an eye. Let’s get started!
There is nothing better than shavings of Iberian ham, or pieces of ham shoulder to give a unique flavour to this pea recipe. However, there are many of you who ask us: “can Jamón Serrano be used?”
Of course you can! The choice between Serrano hamSerrano ham is considered a premium ham that is at the top o... and Iberian ham will depend on the flavour you want to give to your plate of sautéed peas, as both products, despite being cured hamsHam is one of the star products of the Spanish gastronomy, a..., are not the same.
The main difference is that they are obtained from different animals. While the Serrano ham comes from white pigs of the Duroc, Pietrain and Large White breeds, among others, the Iberian ham comes from the Iberian pigsThe Iberian pig is an animal of the porcine breed, the name ..., a breed that can only be raised in Spain or Portugal due to the climatic conditions that their breeding demands.
What is the difference in taste between the two products? Because the process of feeding, breeding and curingWhen we talk about curing in gastronomy we are talking about... is totally different in both cases. In addition, in the Iberian breedThe Iberian pig is a breed of pig originating from the Iberi... More, fatThe bacon of the ham/jamón is the layer of fat that covers ... More infiltrates into the animal’s muscle, resulting in marbling meat, which is brighter, juicy and richer in nuances.
Once we have selected the Jamón/ham to be used, we only have to get down to work. Do you want to cook a fancy dish during the spring? Here is this recipe for fresh peas with jamónThe head of the ham is the front part where the hoof is loca... More. You will see that it is so easy to make that you will not need to have experience in the kitchen, we assure you!
Besides, if you don’t have fresh peas, you don’t have to worry, because with frozen or canned they are also delicious.
One way to vary this side dish and turn it into a much more protein-rich meal is to add a poached or fried egg after it is served.
The recipe for peas with ham and hard-boiled egg is also very tasty and has two ways of preparing it. The first is by adding the chopped hard-boiled eggs to the sautéed peas with ham, and the other is by slicingThe cutting of ham is a skill that requires a lot of dexteri... More the eggs to decorate the dish.
If you want this recipe to become a dish of 10, you have to be very aware of the qualityThe assessment of the quality of Iberian ham/jamón is based... More of the ingredients that you are going to use and, at Enrique Tomás, when it comes to cured meatsCertain preserved, marinated or stuffed meats are called cha..., hams and ham shoulders, we offer only the best!
Buy now a sliced ham or ham shoulder at the best price in our online store and you will see how this recipe of peas with ham will never let you down. Enjoy!
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