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Experience a culinary journey to the vibrant and sun-soaked shores of the Mediterranean with this mouth-watering Spanish Mackerel in Tomato Sauce with Rice. View the recipe below!
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Yes, you can substitute brown rice for white rice, but be prepared for a longer cooking time as brown rice takes longer to cook.
Smoked paprika, or “pimentón,” is a staple in Spanish cooking, known for its smoky, earthy flavor. It’s often used to add depth and complexity to dishes.
While various mackerel species can be used, Spanish mackerel is a popular choice for its firm texture and rich flavor.
Yes, you can prepare the rice, mackerel, and tomato sauce separately and combine them just before serving. Reheat the Spanish mackerel in tomato sauce gently on the stovetop or in the microwave.
Spanish cuisine offers a variety of side dishes, such as Spanish potato salad, garlic bread, or a classic Spanish gazpacho, that would pair beautifully with this dish.
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