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It is impossible to imagine a trip to Seville without mentioning tapas. Many other cities in Spain have tapas but in this part of Andalusia, they are more than just food, they are part of the history, the culture, and the lifestyle of each resident of Sevilla.
One of the main reasons why booking a food tour is a great idea is that you don’t have to spend time researching where to eat in Seville, or where to eat in Seville.
Not only you can try all kinds of gems from Spanish cuisine, but you can also get the opportunity to learn how to make some classics such as different types of tapas, Paella or Gazpacho
Or simply the pork cheek. It is a very traditional way of preparing pork meat which also means that it can be found in pretty much all places to eat in Seville.
The main ingredient of Cazon en adobo is boneless whitefish. Still, the easier ingredient to acquire, thus more commonly used, is a dogfish. The fish is marinated and fried after it is cut into middle-sized cubes.
The history of Serranito de Lomo can be traced back to the 1970s. It is also known as bocadillo, but in plain English, it is translated as a bite-sized sandwich.