broth, meat, fish, vegetables

Caldereta is the name given to a variety of stews in Spain based on a wine, water or oil reduction along with vegetables and meat or fish. These dishes were traditionally considered poor people’s food due to their simplicity. The name comes from the fact that the stews were cooked in big cauldrons on the streets during festivals.

Created Dec. 3, 2017 by: itisclaudio

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