Spanish Food. Cocidito Madrileño at La Bola in Madrid. Street Bola, 5 28013 Madrid. A great restaurant. If you have the chance, visit it, Yareah Magazine friends!
This place opened in 1870, has gone through four generations of the same family and maintains the tradition of making the Madrid stew as we made at the end of XIX Century, in oak charcoal cooking in individual clay pots. This technique involves a series of centennial technical difficulties, and now with advances in technology, it is unusual to continue cooking in this way, but that, and the affection with which it is cooked makes the end result is formidable, after 4 hours processing that takes cooking each pot.
La Bola is one of the best restaurants to enjoy traditional Spanish food. http://labola.es/
The Cocidito Madrileño is a really typical food in the Spanish capital and other Spanish towns. Ingredients: chickpeas, casserole steak cut into squares, olive oil, chorizo sausage, onion (finely chopped), garlic, bay leaf, marjoram, thyme, chopped tomatoes, beef stock, salt and pepper, sherry wine… and your personal touch.
Be as Ava Gardner, enjoy your Cocidito Madrileño in La Bola. Art is up to you!