5 curious data that only “sketchery experts” know, according to Oído Cocina Gourmet

 

 

 


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Its origin little or nothing Spanish, the first recipe based on rice with milk or the false boulus of the inclusion of “cocreta” in the RAE are some of the curiosities unveiled by Oído Cocina Gourmet

The majority of diners are made with water only to think of croquettes: those of the grandmother, those of the corner bar, ham, cooked, friends or after work. Stop. Hearing Gourmet Kitchen, the main distributor and supplier of gourmet croquettes to individuals and the Horeca sector of Madrid, the croquettes are not only their passion, but also their day to day, which makes them real croqueteros experts.

However, this dish that everyone knows and is situated as the third most requested tapa in the Spanish bars, only behind the tortilla of potatoes and the bravas -according to the National Tapa Study produced by Saborea Spain, he hides behind himself a host of stories, myths, anecdotes and curisiosities that from Hearing Gourmet Kitchen They wanted to unveil.

 

There are many things that move around a simple word that can delight from the most exquisite palates to those of the smallest.

- A typical Spanish dish of origin not so Spanish... Voilá croquets! Although the croquettes have become one of the icons of Spanish gastronomy, it is actually a French recipe. At the moment, the inventor has several doubts. There are those who say that the first references date back to the eighteenth century. During a banquet, the chef Marie-Antoine Carême to impress the great Duke Nicholas of Russia and decided to cover a dish of bechamel (sa invented shortly before by the butler Real Luis de Bechamel) with breadcrumb. He called it Croquettes to the royale. This recipe is far from what is now known as croquettes and Spain came some time later.

- “What are you going to take for dessert? Shots!”That's right. However, now the croquettes are in the letters of all the Spanish establishments in the incoming section, no desserts, the curious thing is that when they arrived in Spain they had nothing to do with what they are now. And it's just, though. are consumed in Spain since 1812, the first recipe of croquettes written in Spanish appears in the ‘Manual of the economic maid’ 1830 and was rice with milk. Years later, in particular in 1866, appears in the ‘Domestic Dictionary’ of Balbino Cortés and Morales recipe for ham croquettes And so they became the way they know each other now. Disfraces para niños y adultos

– “Cocreta”. It is common to hear that the word “cocreta” is admitted and collected in the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy, as well as mondarina, murciégalo or almóndiga. However, this widespread urban legend that has been circulating around and putting nerves to lovers of good tongue, was dismantled in 2017 by the RAE director, Darío Villanueva, who strongly denied that the word was found among his pages and encouraged everyone who had doubts to access the official page and to check for himself.

- A legend move. In a study on the consumption of croquettes by Oído Cocina Gourmet, he states that Madrid consumes a total of 144 croquettes per month. A figure that may seem very high, but it is quite far from world record of Pachi Bollos. According to the pages of the Diario la Estampa de Madrid of 1936, this Basque of the club donostiarra Istingorra, was in charge of transferring the croquettes of the place where they normally met to the new meeting place as it was the only one that had an adequate means of transport. What they didn't imagine is that on the road will come to eat the 236 croquettes of the banquet. Not one more, not one less. It may be a legend that has passed into history or a real fact, but the truth is that today Pachi is still obstent with that title.

- “Make the croquette.” This expression is part of the childhood of any child. She's got cake. roll down the ground or down the hill, game that has threatened the evenings outdoors on summer days. Although it is also used in the playing field taking a new meaning. Actually, in the popularized bargain by Andrés Iniesta at the Stamford Bridge party to Chelsea in 2009 which consists of a quick change of the ball from one foot to another that leaves the opponent nailed.

5 curious data that only “sketchery experts” know, according to Oído Cocina Gourmet

5 curious data that only “sketchery experts” know, according to Oído Cocina Gourmet

Its origin little or nothing Spanish, the first recipe based on rice with milk or the false boulus of the inclusion of “cocreta” in the RAE are some of the

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2024-05-20

 

5 curious data that only “sketchery experts” know, according to Oído Cocina Gourmet
5 curious data that only “sketchery experts” know, according to Oído Cocina Gourmet

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