Feel inspired this Christmas season with these festive recipes that use traditional Mallorcan flavours – enjoy with family and friends!
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.
Enjoy this festive recipe for slow-cooked suckling pig, a firm Christmas favourite and particularly popular on Mallorca.
Taking a traditional paella as the base for this recipe, this seafood dish is made extra special with the addition of saffron alioli.
Enjoy this festive recipe for turron soufflé, where marinated Sóller oranges provide a citrusy counterpoint to the sweet nougat.
Enjoy this festive recipe for mallorcan christmas soup, a warm and filling favourite on the island over the winter months.
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