The prestigious majorcan chef Benet Vicens welcomes us in his restaurant “Bens d’Avall”, an establishment located in a privileged setting of Mallorca, between the towns of Sóller and Deià and the edge of the sea. Specialized in cuisine based on native ingredients.
Ingredients:200g of Cod – 2 Golden delicious Apples – 2 tbsp of chopped black olives – 1 tomato, peeled and deseeded – Mixed salad leaves – Salt – Virgin olive oil and butter – Sugar
For the honey vinagrette:50ml honey – 50ml balsamic vinegar – 200ml Predio Son Quint olive oil
1/2 vaso de leche
1/2 vaso de aceite de oliva
1 vaso de azúcar
250gr de harina de trigo
1/2 sobre de levadura
10 o 12 albaricoques
Un trozo de sobrasada cortada a trozos pequeños
Half a glass of milk – Half a glass of Mallorcan olive oil – 1 glass of sugar – 250g of wheat flour – 4 eggs – Half a packet of yeast – 10 or 12 apricots – A slice of sobrassada sliced into small pieces
Its name derives from the French gâteau (cake) and appears to have originated in the eighteenth century Gallic cuisine, although the cakes made of almonds were consumed earlier. Thus the year 1679, on the occasion of the visit of Bishop Bernard Cotoner in the monastery of San Salvador, were served, among other foods, almond cakes.
These Mallorcan pasties (“Panades mallorquines“) are typical of Easter, here in Mallorca and the Balearics. Our grandmothers did before the holidays and so had made for dinner a few nights. If it become smaller in size serve a buffet.
DirectionsHeat the oil in an earthenware pot and add the garlic (well-chopped). Sauté until the garlic has almost reached a golden colour. Add the “Esclata-sangs” mushrooms (cleaned and cut up into pieces) and sauté them for about 5 minutes.