Located to the southwest of the province of Castellón, in the last foothills of the Iberian System, is Sierra de Espadán Natural Park, the second largest protected natural area of the Region of Valencia.
The rich heritage in pastry recipes of the province of Castellón is the result the legacy from the different cultures that populated these lands for centuries, and the nearby the products from which they were supplied: honey, almonds, hazelnuts, fruits, oil, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, goat and sheep milk, etc. Ingredients with which to make figs from albardaes, rollets, coca celestial, prims, buñuelos, coquetes, almendrados, mantecados, fritters, pastissets, curds with honey, etc. As many recipes as villages in the province.
Long Distance trails belong to the European network of trails. All of them are universally identified with red and white markings, and exceed 50 kilometres in length, running through all kinds of paths, trails, ravines, paths and tracks. Ancestral routes recovered for the enjoyment of the traveller.
The recipe that we bring you today is typical of La Plana region, in Castellón province, although you can find Olla de la Plana throughout Comunitat Valenciana. It is a traditional dish, which will take you back to your childhood, to your grandmother's kitchen, in short to gastronomy where simplicity and quality products prevail.