A la Madrileña is a Spanish culinary term which means "in the style and manner of Madrid" referring to dishes cooked Madrid way which means with white wine and herbs, and also with the addition of Paprika, Chorizo or Tomatoes. Examples of Spanish dishes cooked in the style or manner of Madrid are: Adobo a la Madrileña, Besugo a la Madrileña, Callos a la Madrileña, and many more. See foods and dishes: aceitunas a la madrileña, adobo a la madrileña, besugo a la madrileña, callos a la madrileñas, caracoles a la madrileña, chuleta de cerdo a la madrileña, cocido madrileño, consomé madrileño

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