Recently arrived from Spain, German Huici & Ana Guerra are the creative forces behind Ajoblanco, a new culinary project that aims to share a deep love of market-fresh, Mediterranean-inspired cooking with the people of Toronto. This dinner brings the vibrant flavours of the traditional Spanish kitchen to The Depanneur.
De picoteo (To nibble)
Espárragos verdes a la plancha – Grilled asparagus with homemade mayonnaise!
Croquetas de calabacín y champis – Spanish style croquettes with bechamel filled in with zucchini and mushrooms.
Croquetas de pollo – Croquettes with bechamel filled in with chicken.
Escalibada – Typical dish from the Països Catalans made up with home grilled vegetables: sweet red peppers, onions, eggplants and tomatoes dressed with olive oil.
A unique and elegant white chilled garlic soup, thickened with ground almonds and garnished with green grapes.
A traditional Basque dish (originally eaten on tuna fishing boats in the Cantabrian Sea) that is rarely seen in Toronto, made of fresh tuna, potatoes, pimento peppers and tomatoes, cooked slowly in a clay casserole to create a thick sauce (it’s name means “from the pot” in Basque) .
Hojaldre de Manzana
Apple baked in delicate homemade butter puff pastry, served with organic vanilla ice cream.
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