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Gachas Gachas is an ancestral basic dish from central and southern Spain. Its main ingredients are flour, water, olive oil, garlic and salt.
Gachas The "gachas" have largely been ousted by rice and potato dishes in most areas of Spain during the 20th century, especially in the towns and cities. Consumption of this simple dish resurfaced again during economic downturns and upheavals, like the Spanish Civil War, earning it the name "gachas de los años difíciles" (gachas of the hard years). Certain modern chefs argue though, that well-prepared gachas are not necessarily a coarse dish.
Gachas This dish is commonly consumed immediately after removing it from the fire, being careful not to burn one's lips or tongue.
Gachas The "gachas serranas" of Cuenca are a local variant, usually served with mushrooms and potatoes. In the comarca of la Serranía, stewed and pickled pork liver is added to the gachas when the water is added. Other possible accompaniments include hot chilis or baby cucumbers in vinegar.
Gachas As a good Iberian dish, gachas are often served with pork products, like salted or fresh bacon, chorizo, salchichón, morcilla, among others.
Gachas In Aragon the same dish may be also called "Gachas", but more often it is referred to by the local name of "Farinetas". It is prepared by frying thick pieces of bacon in olive oil and taking them off the pan when they have released some fat. Then water and fine corn flour are added to the same pan, slowly stirring the mixture until it is cooked. The proportion is roughly 250 g of flour, 150 g of bacon, 1 liter of water, three large spoonfuls of extra virgin olive oil and a teaspoonful of salt.
Gachas The "gachas extremeñas" are a dessert from Extremadura flavored with anise "(Pimpinella anisum)". In this dish breadcrumbs are added to the mixture during the cooking.
Gachas The "gachas murcianas" of the Murcia region are a variation of the "gachas manchegas" spiked with caraway "(Carum carvi)", black pepper and cloves.
Gachas A type of gachas made with corn flour are popular in the area of Ademuz, in the comarca of Rincón de Ademuz, a Valencian enclave in the eastern fringes of the ancient New Castile. These gachas are generally mixed with pork or cod, as well as tomatoes and snails. The dish is part of the traditional cuisine of the area, in addition to the grass pea gachas of neighboring La Mancha that are eaten in Ademuz as well. In the Valencian Ports mountain region further northeast, a similar dish is known locally as "Farro".
Gachas Gachas may have different consistencies, from a liquid soup to a pie-like thick cake with a golden crust. The way of preparing them changes from area to area and from family to family.