Spanish Patatas Alioli 3 ways!


It has been a wonderful week spent in Spain as I refreshed my Spanish speaking skills, caught up with some friends from my MBA program & celebrated the wedding of two of my friends in the lovely city of Granada!

It’s so magical. But what you realize is, other than how social & friendly the Spanish people are, that no matter where you go in Spain,  one thing is always common – THEY LOVE THEIR POTATOES!

Patatas-Alioli

NO WONDER they have so many different styles & recipes for serving potatoes. Potatoes are a common man’s dish, readily available, easily affordable & surely fulfilling. You could find recipes varying from boiled to baked potatoes usually mixed with a fried egg (still runny – OF COURSE!) and toppings like gulas (baby eel – yes that’s a thing there! which is delicious) or Jamon and the list continues.

These kinds of dishes are easy to share, yet… if you’re hosting a gathering where you are offering nibbles – that may not be ideal.

I HAVE THE PERFECT PARTY BITES SOLUTION FOR YOU!!! ARE YOU READY?

Best part is… It won’t even take 10 minutes of your time & it’s all the stuff that you could easily find in any typical pantry…

Alright, enough talking now let’s get down to business! Here’s are 3 alioli variety dips to please each taste bud.

P.S. if you’re not a big fan of garlic, you could easily eliminate that or keep it to a minimum as I find it gives a nice kick to the dish!

Yalla let’s do this!


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Having a gathering & not sure what to serve your guests? Here's a nice twist on a Spanish appetizer that will knock your guests' socks off!
Patatas-Alioli
Course Appetizers, Sides
Cuisine Spanish
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Basic Alioli
Herbed Alioli
Bell Pepper Alioli
Course Appetizers, Sides
Cuisine Spanish
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Basic Alioli
Herbed Alioli
Bell Pepper Alioli
Patatas-Alioli
Instructions
  1. Blend the ingredients above using a blender till well incorporated. Be sure to drizzle the oil a little at a time to help it incorporate.
  2. In the case of the bell pepper alioli, it would be best to roast the bell pepper at 220C for 25 minutes (which could be done a day or two in advance). Let cool, remove the skin & only blend the flesh with the mixture.
  3. Store in a fridge for up to 3 days!
Recipe Notes

And voila it's that simple! to treat your guests to something that's hassle free! It honestly doesn't take that much time, effort or ingredients to impress.

These dips can easily be served with an assortment of vegetables like zucchini, carrots, bell peppers or even can be served with bread on the side.

Patatas-Alioli

So what do you think? Are you gonna give this Spanish dish a go? I'd love to hear what you have to say!

Lotsa love,

N

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