La Gula del Norte with Wild Mushrooms (SE-130)

Classic Seafood Dish with Setas

Price: $14.48 Perishable Product
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La Gula del Norte with Wild Mushrooms
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Description

  • Seasoned with garlic and mushrooms
  • Includes wild setas (mushrooms)
  • Surimi of pollock and hake
  • Delicious flavor similar to angulas (baby eels)
  • Two packages, ships frozen
  • Size - 8.8 oz/250 g

This delicious seafood dish is found across Spain. Our version adds the earthy flavor of setas mushrooms, balanced with garlic and a touch of spice. Some fans of this dish call them seafood noodles! A sizzling cazuela of tender La Gula del Norte is a classic tapa, and a personal favorite of ours. To keep them fresh, they are shipped frozen - warm them in a pan for a few minutes to enjoy a very special delicacy.

La Gula del Norte are made to look like angulas, the sought after baby eels of the Basque Country. This rare dish costs as much as fine caviar, so La Gula del Norte decided to make the same exquisite flavor using pollock and hake. The result is a delectable dish that costs much less than true angulas. Our staff sampled them here and everyone was blown away by how tasty and approachable this dish is.

Angulas used to be only available in the north of Spain, but now La Gula del Norte is offered in restaurants across the country, spreading this unique and tasty Basque tradition to every part of Iberia! La Tienda is the first company in the U.S. to offer this delicious dish.

La Gula del Norte is shipped arrive frozen in two trays. To prepare, heat in a sauce pan or in the microwave and serve in a cazuela dish.

Nutritional Information

Serving size: about 1/3 cup (125g). Servings per container about 2. Calories 290, calories from fat 230. Total fat 26g (40%), saturated fat 3g (15%), cholesterol 25mg (8%), sodium 750mg (31%), total carbohydrates 6g (2%), dietary fiber 2g (8%), sugars 1g, protein 8g. Vitamin A 0%, vitamin C 0%, Calcium 0%, iron 0%. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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