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Galician Almond Cake?

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  • Dixieday Dec 14, 2001 06:14 PM
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Anyone have a recipe or stories about this Spanish cake?

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  1. more stories than i could put into any one or ten messages! Its name is "tarta santiago", and it's properly served with flaming whisky

    In every spanish city there's a gallego (galician) restaurant. They're dependably good and modestly priced...and you always want the 'tartaa santiago con whisky flambe".

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    1. re: Jim Leff

      I was going to write and say that I think it's "Torta de Santiago," but I looked at the URL for the recipe I was going to post and it actually has the word tarta...so I started to wonder...seems it can be Torta de Santiago, Tarta de Santiago, Tarta Santiago (no "de") and probably also Torta Santiago. Who knew!?

      Here's a link to a recipe (which seems to be a version of one Penelope Casas included in one of her books)

      Link: http://www.tienda.com/recipes/tarta.htm

      1. re: Meg

        Yeah, Meg, I think "torta" may be right. Tarta/torta are used in different places (and I'm not sure what the actual Gallego word is, which is what really matters!).