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Ainsley's Mediterranean Cookbook

  • Season 1
  • 10 episodes
  • Food
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Episode 8: Granada

Summary

Ainsley Harriott's culinary tour reaches Granada in southern Spain, where he learns about the famous Alhambra Palace, enjoys a lesson in flamenco dancing and visits the caves of Sacromante, home to a cooking school where he is taught to make classic tortilla and fried aubergines. Ainsley also samples Spanish hot chocolate - thick, creamy and flavoured with orange - and tries local delicacy piononos, with tour guide Katia. Along the way, he rustles up chicken with saffron potatoes and a classic seafood paella.

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Cast

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PresenterAinsley Harriott

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DirectorEmma Reynolds
Executive producerEric Woollard-White
Executive producerKirsty Bell
Executive producerPhil McKenzie
Executive producerDavid Nottage
Executive producerMichael Connock
ProducerClaire Wilks
Series producerBridget Lumley

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  • Episode 8

    Granada

    Summary

    Ainsley Harriott's culinary tour reaches Granada in southern Spain, where he learns about the famous Alhambra Palace, enjoys a lesson in flamenco dancing and visits the caves of Sacromante, home to a cooking school where he is taught to make classic tortilla and fried aubergines. Ainsley also samples Spanish hot chocolate - thick, creamy and flavoured with orange - and tries local delicacy piononos, with tour guide Katia. Along the way, he rustles up chicken with saffron potatoes and a classic seafood paella.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    PresenterAinsley Harriott

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorEmma Reynolds
    Executive producerEric Woollard-White
    Executive producerKirsty Bell
    Executive producerPhil McKenzie
    Executive producerDavid Nottage
    Executive producerMichael Connock
    ProducerClaire Wilks
    Series producerBridget Lumley
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