jamon serrano

jamon serrano

(ˈxæmən səˈrɑːnəʊ; Spanish xaˈmon seˈrrano)
n
a variety of Spanish cured ham
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The recipe is one Jose gave me for a basic tortilla, to which you can add onions, peppers, or traditional Spanish meats such as chorizo or jamon Serrano if you wish.
Among the company's imported retail products are Jamon Serrano and Jamon Iberico, a broad range of chorizos for slicing and for cooking, other charcuterie, pickled anchovies, various regional cheeses, olive oils, vinegars and the finest olives.
45; we both enjoyed the Jamon Serrano - Spanish cured ham - thinly cut and sharp (pounds 4.
Hanging above counters will be countless haunches of jamon and for a few euros they will offer you fine slices of the Spanish delicacy, jamon serrano, a cured and tasty ham.
Guests can enjoy award winning wines and special menus bursting with Spanish delights, such as the tortilla Espanola (Spanish omelet), Jamon Serrano (Spanish ham) and delicious regional cheeses (including cow, goat, and sheep cheeses).
I saw red and green peppers like rugger balls, tomatoes as big as grapefruit, carrot-like radishes, giant jamon serrano hams, links of chorizo sausages and glistening-fresh fish piled in gaping, wide-eyed tiers like an audience at the Proms.
1 (1/4-inch thick) slice jamon serrano OR other dry-cured ham, about 3 ounces, finely diced
There are basically two main varieties of Jamon, Jamon Serrano and Jamon Iberico.
Tiwari: Some delicacies like suckling pig and Jamon serrano are not as appealing to Asian food connoisseurs compared with European food buffs.
A pot of triple cooked chips were the perfect accompaniment and with just a bit of room left we finished with a plate of jamon serrano gran reserva, in layman's terms a plate of beautifully smoky ham shavings that disappeared all too quickly, and a dish of chestnut mushrooms.