Aragonese cuisine

The Aragonese cuisine includes several typical dishes and ingredients of cuisine in Aragon, a community in Spain. They include roast lamb (especially ewes), called ternasco; ham (jamón) from Teruel; olive oil from Empeltre and Arbequina olives; a local taste for unusual vegetables such as borages, the edible stems of Cynara cardunculus, and sweet varieties of onion; and wines from Cariñena, Somontano (Huesca), Calatayud and Campo de Borja.

Chistorra


Chistorra is a type of fast-cure sausage from Aragon, the Basque Country, and Navarre, Spain.

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