Tarta de Santiago, literally meaning cake of St. James, is an almond cake or pie from Galicia with origin in the Middle Ages. The top of the pie is decorated with powdered sugar, masked by an imprint
George Bernard Shaw was referring to Great Britain and the United States. We extend this to 'Twenty-one nations' when it comes to Spanish food names.
The Tarta de Santiago (Saint James Cake) is a classic Spanish dessert. This gluten free almond cake recipe makes a delightful dessert or tea cake.
One Pot Spanish Chicken and Potatoes - a vibrant, comforting meal with simple flavors. Maybe add a little saffron?