The Navarrese Croquette Week is back from 6 to 15 May. The exquisite croquettes can be tasted in 71 establishments throughout the region. Organised by Harinas Urdánoz, the Pamplona Old Quarter Association and the ANAPEH Association.
The Croquette Week in Navarre is one of the most important gastronomic events of the year due to the high level of participation of the catering establishments, the quality of the proposals, each year more and more suggestive and elaborate, and the good reception it receives from the public of all ages.
This well-known fried dish is very versatile due to the variety of ingredients it can be made with, whether vegetables, meat or fish, and its bite-size format... It originated in 18th century France with the chef Antonin Carême, known as the "king of chefs and the chef of kings", who introduced it into noble kitchens and today, in the 21st century, it continues to be one of the most popular pinchos offered in bars.
The 5th Croquette Week has the participation of 71 bars
Álvaro Urdánoz, representative of Harinas Urdánoz, emphasised that "Croquette Week is an established gastronomic event, eagerly awaited by the public and with the support of the hotel and catering establishments that trust in this initiative and that, by supporting it, a large number of them make it the most important gastronomic event of the year in Navarre".
The 5th Croquette Week has the participation of 71 bars grouped together in the different neighbourhoods of Pamplona to facilitate the routes, as well as in other towns such as Puente La Reina, Estella, Irache, Lekunberri and Tudela.
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