Tortas de Aceite

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Tortas de Aceite
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Tortas de aceite in Seville, Andalusia, Spain
Place of origin
Spain
Region or state
Seville
Main ingredients
Wheat flour, olive oil, almonds, sugar, sesame seeds, anise seeds and anise flavor
Cookbook:Tortas de Aceite  Tortas de Aceite

The Torta de Aceite, is a light, crisp and flaky Sevillian sweet biscuit in the shape of a torta, the Spanish flatbread. Tortas de aceite have been made for over 100 years in the Seville region. .[1][2] The main ingredients are wheat flour, olive oil, almonds, sugar, sesame seeds, anise seeds and anise flavor.[3]

The town of Castilleja de la Cuesta is known for its tortas de aceite. Well-known commercial producers include Inés Rosales.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tortas de Aceite". Spanish food. vegajardin.com. Retrieved 30 Ene 2014. 
  2. ^ "Olive Oil Tortas". Tortas de Aceite. Retrieved 31 Ene 2014. 
  3. ^ Olive Oil Tortas Flavors (in English)