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Mallorcan Breakfast

23.02.2017

One of the most delicious moments of the holidays in Mallorca is without a doubt breakfast time. On the island there is a great tradition as far as pastry, desserts and homemade sweets are concerned. And no, we are not just speaking about the typical and essential ensaimada but of the rich cream creadrillos or angel hair; of the apricot cakes, of the sponge quartos (there is nothing better to accompany a good hot chocolate) and of the crespells and robiols.

Yes, the range of sweets and pastries of traditional invoice in Mallorca occupy a long list in the recipe of that land, with some gems that have gone around the world, like the coca of potato of Valldemossa and its almond milkshake, that make up one of the most classic breakfasts that anyone visiting the island should try at least once in their lives. Orange jams, figs, strawberries, apricots ... homemade by expert hands, sold in the markets or in the gourmet stores of the whole life are the ideal complement to a good bread freshly made and toastadito.

Another of the typical sweets of Majorca with which to start the day full of energy is the Cardenal de Lloseta, a dessert of the town that gives its name and that due to its exquisite flavor is known throughout the island and has become one Of the favorite desserts of the Majorcan, from Lloseta to the last corner of Palma, the capital.

The truth is that a Mallorcan breakfast has a large dose of sweet, but for lovers of saltiness also does not demean the proposal: brown bread toasted with ramallet tomatoes scrub, virgin olive oil and a combination of sausages ranging from sobrasada To the cheese, passing through the cooked ham, the bed and the butifarrón. The vegetable cakes are also very helpful, especially the one of trampó, which is one of those that never fails when the locals gather for what they call the berenar and that is the mid-morning snack.

To accompany the salty breakfast, there is nothing like a Soller orange juice and a good hot coffee although the brave will try out a homemade ice cream.

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