Andrajos

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Andrajos
Andrajos (3633922072).jpg
Type Stew
Place of origin Spain
Main ingredients Rabbit (or hare or cod) , tomatoes, onions, garlic, red pepper
Cookbook: Andrajos  Media: Andrajos
Area of consumption

Andrajos is a typical dish of Jaén province, Albacete, Granada province and Murcia, Spain.

It consists of a stew of tomato, onion, garlic, red pepper and rabbit, thickened with cake flour. It is a dish of the rural people and generally consumed in winter. Variants of the dish derive from the type of meat used. Hare and cod are often used instead of rabbit.

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