THE TASTIEST RECIPES
Make a note of these traditional Andorran dishes - finger-licking delights for you and the people you’ll enjoy cooking them with. Follow the recipes step by step and make sure you write down all the ingredients you’ll need. Where shall we begin?
In winter, escudella is a staple on Andorran tables. It's perfect for warming up and restoring strength.
Escudella is a dish that is ever present at Andorran tables in wintertime. It is a soup designed for recovery and bringing back your strength.
Autumn brings us delicious mushroom species to pair with some traditional dishes. If you like them, the best recipe is surely rice with mushrooms.
Snails are a traditional Catalan dish that are finger-licking good. Try them in Andorra’s traditional “borda” mountain chalets They are a delicious treat!
Andorran-style river trout is a summer dish. The delicate texture and mild flavour of this fish are what makes this easy dish so delicious.
Spinach is a highly valued vegetable in Catalonia and Andorra.
Quince aioli is a highly nutritious sauce typical of mountain cuisine that goes well with all kinds of fish and meat dishes.
Dandelion salad is a typical dish in the Canillo region of Andorra, and one you’ll find on our tables everywhere in spring.
Duck is a favourite in Andorra and in neighbouring areas such as Catalonia and France, and also in northern and central Europe.
Brossat is a fresh cheese typical of Andorra that was traditionally valued by shepherds due to its high protein content.
Civet of wild boar is a quintessential game dish. A hearty dish, for gourmets with a good palate.
Coca masegada is a traditional sweet treat that’s enjoyed at festivals and celebrations by young and old alike.
This is a traditional winter salad, popular in neighbouring regions on both sides of the border.
Home-made jams have a long history, and recipes explaining how to make them have been passed down through the generations.
Morels are one of the most difficult species of mushroom to find and are highly valued by lovers of good food for their flavour and aroma.
Trinxat is a typical winter mountain dish, whose simplicity has made it a popular dish in restaurants.
Mulled wine is a traditional drink in Andorra that’s also popular in many European countries around Christmas time.
These variants of piping hot soups are a dishes that tones the body and help you regain strength and is still popular in many homes, especially in winter.
This purée or cream is very easy to make and as the first course of a meal. It helps to tone the body upon arrival of the first cold, in autumn.
The nettle is a plant with many healthy nutrients and is especially suited for consumption in the spring for its high purifying value.
Cooked snails are part of Andorran cuisine due to the proximity of the lands of Lleida (Catalonia), where they are one of the most traditional dishes.
The omelette is a popular traditional dish that, like so many others, arrived to Andorra from Catalan gastronomic traditions.
Cannelloni is a relatively recent dish (less than two hundred years old), which are very popular due to their dissemination and success they have achieved in the Catalan cuisine.
This dish is a nutritious recipe made in many areas of our territory and is very practical to take away and does not deteriorate in the heat.
Sweet and sour is a very popular and original dish that can be made with various meats, offering a innumerable flavours for all tastes.
Traditionally leg of lamb was a festive meal. One of the virtues and part of its great success is that it is simple to prepare.
Today, chicken is no longer just for festivities and has become a fairlyday to day dish in homes and restaurants.
Rabbit is a food present mainly in the Mediterranean area, where it is prepared alone or with accompaniments and cooked in various ways.
Fricando with veal fillets, is another dish that has come down to us from the Catalan culinary tradition.
In the past, in Andorra, the only fish from the sea that could be eaten was preserved in salt, such as cod, since was the only way it could be transported.
Traditional dessert of the Mediterranean region, there are coques (flat pastries) of all types and sizes. Try it and enjoy it all year long.
This delicious dish is one of the most popular desserts in both homes and restaurants and is currently consumed all year round.
Orelletes are traditionally a typical Easter dessert. They were already included in the "Llibre de Sent Soví" recipe book (Catalonian medieval recipes).
A traditional dessert that does not change with time or fashion, a recipe available to everyone, as simple to make as it is tasty.
These are popular desserts worldwide that everyone can prepare as they are easy to make. A traditional dessert that appeals to the young and old.
A traditional dessert made around the world in many ways, with rice always being the starting point.
These traditional cakes are essential because they are easy to make, tasty and straightforward, and are the basis for other more elaborate desserts enjoyed everywhere.
A traditional dessert linked to Easter, but which is now consumed at any time of the year, whether as a dessert or as a snack.
A traditional dessert that is present in pastry shops and homes in November, for All Saints' Day.
Basic domestic canned fruit preserve very common in mountain areas, with a high energy value.
Marinated fruit in wine is a traditional dessert that is easy to prepare and it is full of flavour, which is enhanced by the wine aromas.