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    • ASTURIAS ASTURIAS ASTURIASGastronomy andFestivities Trabajo realizado por: Ainhoa López Prada. BY AINHOA LÓPEZ PRADA.
    • BREAD Borona (cornbread or round loaf of bread made ​from cornmeal) Rapa (cornbread stuffed with bacon bits) Neno, ( Pie filled with Asturian saussage , ham and boiled egg) Tortos (small corn cakes golden in pan) Formigos, Tradicional escanda bread (Asturian cereal with tough grain). Bollos preñaos (buns stuffed with highly seasoned sausage )
    • FRUITS ANDVEGETABLES  FRUITS AND VEGETABLES  Faba or Asturian bean: Main ingredient of the typical Fabada asturiana (beans stew). It’s also used in the Asturian stew which includes cabbage, potatoes and black sausage.  Wild mushrooms: Collected in the forests of our region.  Apples: Our most remarkable fruit, essential element for making cider.  Cherries, strawberries and figs
    • FISH AND SEAFOOD FISH monkfish hake bass scorpionfish mullet eels sardines SEAFOOD lobsters crabs urchins
    • MEAT Cattle and sheep are essential ingredients of our most successful Asturian dishes Asturian tripes Beef stew and larded meat Breadcrumbed filled steak Lamb stew Lamb barbecue on a spit Roast lamb Pito de caleya or wild chicken Cured Pork is usually served accompanying traditional stews: Chorizo (seasoned sausage), fariñón, bacon,
    • CHEESE Traditional ingredient in the gastronomy of our region. More than forty different types of cheese which are made of cow, sheep or goat’s milk, even combined in different proportions. Cabrales (strong blue cheese), Gamonedo (cow, sheep and goat’s milk cheese) and Afuega’l Pitu (cow’s milk cheese) are three excellent varieties which have obtained European Guarantee of Origin. La Peral, Los Beyones or Oscos are types of cheese associated with other areas of our región.  
    • DESSERTS Rice pudding Creps Fried milk Casadiellas (pasties filled with walnuts, sugar and anise liquor) Carbayones (cakes made of egg yolks and almonds typical in Oviedo) Marañuelas from Candás (cookies made of eggs, sugar, flour and butter)
    • FESTIVITIES Holy Easter: Its processions are popular and different from other towns. San Félix: August, 1st. San Antonio: June, 13th. Tuna fish festival: 2nd or 3rd week of July San Roque : August, 16th Santísimo Cristo de Candás: September, 14th.