By Chef H. Delgado
August 24, 2021
As I promised last week, I bring you a couple of delicious tapas dishes using Wagyu Beef Jerky (Cecina) that my friends from Selectiun.com gifted me.
This delicious cured meat is a fusion of one of the best beef in the world and the traditional Spanish method of curing and smoking. If you want to know more about this delicious product, visit this link.
I have also used an exceptional extra virgin olive oil. It is the Cornezuelo variety from Guardian De Los Trofeos. This young company work hard to obtain the best quality product taking special care in this packaging and presentation. Congratulations guys!
So, here you have my proposals for the Jerky "Cecina" tapa dish. I hope you will try it at home.
Let your guests know that it is not an entrecôte. With this presentation, they may get confused.
Let's prepare the jewel of this recipe!
Serve the bean salad and crispy jerky in the way you like best.
This unique tapa can be eaten in different ways. Still, I suggest using the crispy jerky on the top of the salad.
I have to tell you that I had a lot of fun while cooking, but mainly when I ate this tapa. It was delicious.
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Have a tasty day.!
Love for the product, take care of the technique, elegant execution, and above all, nature and environment respect, are my values as a professional.
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