Now we’ll have it every year. Javier is a Basque born, trained chef and hospitality professional, owner of Basco Fine Foods, a Spanish food and drink importer based in Yorkshire. God willing the whole Camino in 2018! I was looking for an almond cake recipe when I stumbled on your website. I may have to add it to mine too! Although the cake’s history goes back to the middle ages, it was a cake served during Passover in medieval Spain, when the many Jews who lived there could not eat flour during Passover. It’s a favorite of my husband too! I use erythritol (available at most I have not tried this recipe yet…but I had this delicious cake as a child given to me by my cousins grandmother and fell in love. A fantastic experience! Instagram: @mrbasco. It was a huge hit at my family brunch. What an excellent idea! Totally, it will keep for a few days or you can freeze it. Tel: 01937 845 767 Email: info@bascofinefoods.com. They had told me in the shop, not to refrigerate and that it would hold. How many cups of almond flour would you suggest to use? Thanks for putting this up and do try with half the sugar, you’ll enjoy it doubly!! Really, once-in-a-lifetime type things. Tarta de Santiago is a traditional Spanish cake which originated in Galicia and that carries the name of the main city in the county but also the name of Spain’s patron saint Santiago (Saint James). This delicious almond cake is named in honor of Santiago (St. James), the patron saint of Spain. Had tarta whenever we could. Thank you for sharing your memories of The Camino de Santiago, sounds like an incredible experience. Every city or town that we walked through had cafes with one item in common, the Tarta de Santiago. I found the pdf years ago (2011) in a google search. The cross on top of the cake is a symbol of Saint James, and is appropriately stenciled on the top of every cake in the region. Ok Becky, Friday night I’m making it. Total of about 300 miles walking (we skipped the large urban areas). I have just come home after completing the Camino and had my family around so really wanted to make this. It reminds me of the time I spent in Spain living with my friends family for several months! Their expiry was about 10 days and it did last. This cake is in my oven now. Thanx for the recipe, can’t wait to try it. I used 1 3/4 cups almond flour, I didn’t really think about what amount 1 3/4 cups almonds would turn into. Grateful for your advice. Now we serve it at our local coffee shop in Salt Lake City . Many consider the experience a spiritual adventure to remove themselves from the bustle of modern life. In a large mixing bowl, place the ground almonds, caster sugar, cinnamon and lemon zest and pour the eggs in, mix with a fork or whisk. I’d love to hear how it turned out. Thanks for the perfect recipe, and I will enjoy exploring your blog! Buy Spanish food online with us today, you won't be disappointed. Thank you! I would like to walk the Camino myself one day–and yeah, I have sought the ‘perfect torta de Santiago’ myself and found a couple–one of which is gluten-free for those so disposed. It is one of the cities you must cross in your Camino de Santiago from the Pyrinees. Health food stores) for all my baking instead of sugar. If you’re ever in Salt Lake City, our little coffee shop La Barba serves up this cake in individual sizes and it’s such a fun treat with coffee! Wonderful Katie!! Thank You!!! That sounds just perfect Daryl!! An authentic recipe for the Spanish Almond Cake found on the Camino de Santiago. I hope you had many beautiful spiritual moments! I may have measured out a little too much ground almonds as mixing with the eggs caused smoke to come out if my hand blender! Almond flour works okay it is richer with actual Beat in the zests and almond extract. My name is Javier De La Hormaza, a Basque born, adopted Yorkshire man, trained chef but lifetime cook, lover of food without gels or froths, hospitality professional turned food importer. I’m looking forward to seeing you soon! Folks from all over the world take this trek in search of more spiritual answers in their own life or just as a time of travel and exercise. what a wonderful experience you must of had. Will cut it further – perhaps try using just a bit of honey. Actually there’s no butter in this recipe!! I loved the citrus flavor with the almonds. Liz, when you try the recipe, please report back! I would love to give my family a taste of Spain . Same quantity is used as This cake is a classic traditional Spanish dessert created a long, long time ago. This is going to be a staple in my dessert arsenal- thank you for sharing! Just returned from walking thr last 200 km with my three sons, ages 17 to 23.
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