Bowls of strawberry gazpacho set onto al fresco tables always wins smiles. Delicate in colour and flavour, it’s easy to make, too.
Food & Entertaining
Mallorca offers a wide variety of locally grown products, delicious fresh ingredients and an ever-evolving local wine industry for foodies to enjoy. You just need to know where to shop! Living on Mallorca gives you access to zero kilometre organic fruit and vegetables at the many local weekly food markets, or buying directly from the farmer or local artisan producer – sustainable living at it’s best.
Find the recipes of some of our favourite dishes that capture the essence of Mediterranean cooking – healthy, fresh, delicious and best enjoyed al fresco.
Taking a traditional paella as the base for this recipe, this seafood dish is made extra special with the addition of saffron alioli.
Biel and Pau reveal their story of turning beekeeping, an almost extinct profession on Mallorca, into a succes with Mel Vici, their pure Mallorcan artisan honey.
Lemon season on Mallorca means copious amounts of the yellow super fruit. Why not use them in this delicious Greek soup combining lemon juice, chicken and rice!
At 81 years-old, María Gibert is showing the younger generation how it’s done with her famous Recetas Mallorquinas channel on Youtube.
Feel inspired this Christmas season with these festive recipes that use traditional Mallorcan flavours – enjoy with family and friends!
This easy to make pumpkin and butternut squash soup is one of my favourite autumn recipes, perfect to cosy up to when the evenings get darker.
Closely related to the pumpkin, the sweet and earthy flavours of the butternut squash are the epitome of autumn.
Cheat with store-bought puff pastry and your guests will never know how quick and easy this Fig and Goat’s Cheese Tart was to prepare.
British chef Stephen Luscombe explains how life is all a question of balance and not just in the kitchen but in all aspects of living.
Yerbabuena in Palma is the city’s leading health store with an extensive selection of organic products and natural therapies.
The family-run Macià Batle winery uses traditional grape growing and winemaking techniques to produce Mallorcan wines of the finest quality and character.
The mymuybueno Cookery School offers the chance to learn the skills and techniques of some of the biggest names in gastronomy, up-close and personal.
This is one of my favourite Mediterranean summer salads. You’ll find beautiful ripe juicy peaches at the market, crumble the feta cheese and add the best jamón serrano you can find with a handful of rucula mixed with mint leaves and sprinkle with caramelised walnuts for a delightful salad that is sure to impress your friends.
Lamb is the traditional meat served for Easter Sunday lunch. Follow this traditional Mallorcan recipe and wow your family!
Bodegas Xaloc makes incredible award-winning wine in the beautiful setting of North Mallorca. Visit the vineyard yourself to sample the wine and delicious local tapas.
Located in central Palma, Cooking The Kitchen Company is the place to source fabulous kitchen gadgets and gain a dose of culinary inspiration.
Supplying glassware, bar accessories, cutlery and dishware to restaurants, hotels, cafes, bars and private customers.
Fresh bread; choice fruit and vegetables; tasty ingredients and sweet, safe beauty products; you’ll find them all at Veritas, the go-to shop for organic.
Catavinos is the neurological centre for wine on Mallorca. Visit the store or attend one of its tastings to revel in the pleasure of wine without pretence.
You love nature, admire equestrian excellence and like wine. Then you’ll adore Es Fangar – the huge eco finca straddling Manacor and Felanitx.
It’s the only project of its kind in the whole of the Balearic Islands: it’s MOS Espai Gastronòmic; the Palma hub waking people up to the love of food.