Typical Málaga cuisine
Costa del Sol cuisine has a rich variety of dishes and flavours. Proximity to the sea and the mountains gives rise to a diverse gastronomy, where recipes inspired by the sea can be found side by side with others more typical of inland areas, such as stews. Some of Málaga's most typical dishes are fried fish, porra (a kind of thick gazpacho, served cold), the traditional Málaga salad, ajoblanco (a garlic and almond-based soup), migas (a fried breadcrumb dish) and fresh greens, but there are many more. We'll show you how to prepare them so you too can become a real connoisseur of Málaga cuisine.
Although this is a traditional dish and each variation comes with its own history, we prefer to stick with the typical version from Antequera. For...
Its popular name, "borrachuelos", is due to the presence of wine and brandy among its ingredients. It is the most typical sweet of the province of...
Fried fish Málaga stylee
Going to the Costa del Sol without trying fried fish would be like visiting its beaches without going for a swim! The best way to eat fish is fried.....
Hearty Eggs (Huevos a lo Bestia)
A real monster of a meal, for the people of Málaga this dish needs no introductions and will leave you feeling more than satisfied. Although the name...
Juicy Rice Stew with Cod
This dish is similar to paella but includes one more essential element: the broth. The essence of this recipe is that the broth won’t be completely...
When winter falls on the province of Málaga, berza malagueña becomes one of the season’s most popular dishes. Nobody will still be hungry after a...
Málaga Style Clams
Clams were an undervalued product in Málaga for some time, especially the smaller ones known as chirlas, or baby clams. Fortunately this has changed...
A summer dish due to its freshness that is full of strong and distinctive flavours. A great example of Mediterranean food that allows you to make the...
This is one of the most typical dishes of the province of Málaga and although it appears that it can only be found in the Antequera district, it is...
Ronda-Style Vegetable Stew
‘Menestra’, part of this dish’s Spanish name, comes from Latin and then Italian, and means ‘to serve at the table’. The vegetarian version is known...
In the Guadalhorce valley region ‘soups perote’ is the signature dish, especially in Álora. This village even pays homage to this recipe every...
White garlic soup
This is the most well-known cold soup throughout the Costa del Sol, although it is also unique to Axarquía, a region that even holds festivals in its...
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