Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Dinner with "gulas"

I really have no idea how to name "gulas" in Spanish. Those of you who don´t live in Spain might also think that it looks really gross. But no, they are not gross and they are not worms either. It´s just fish cut up in a worm shape, to imitate the real worm called "angulas", which it´s extremaly expensive. I have never had the real "angulas", and I don´t think I ever will either. Anyway, this is how to cook them. It will only take you 5 min.

1. Brown garlic slices and parshley in olive oil.
2. Add the gulas and stir 2 or 3 min, until is warm.
3. I also had a boil egg with a little bit of tuna fish and mayo mixed with the egg yolk.
That´s all, Ready to eat.

I WOULD LOVE TO SEE YOUR FACES WHEN YOU SEE THESE PICTURES. :-)








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KETTY

5 comments:

Dani Joy said...

oooo Ketty!! you are gonna get some ladies sick!

Woman! what ya doing putting those things on here! LOL..

I have just recently been able to eat them and get past the look of them. I may just have to try them all sauteed in garlic!! I love Garlic!!

Gula!!! Hahaha!!! Great post!

Dani Joy

Siberia said...

Ok, so if I post pics of yucky looking Russian food, will I get points? Sorry, but it doesn't look like something I want to try. Hee hee. Great crunchin anyway!

Tami

Ketty said...

But Tami, IT´S REAAAAALLY GOOD. :-)

I even have to make more when I cook this for me because my children always want a serving of it, so I make a double portion to share with all of them.

ketty

Siberia said...

OK, if you made it for me I would try it. I do like fish, if it isn't too fishy, and I like garlic too.

Tami

Maribel said...

Thank you for the explanation before the pictures. I never knew the difference between the two. I still prefer fish fillet. :) How did you get into eating them? Are they really popular in PV?

Maribel