Asturias is referring to one of the highly regarded and best known Spanish hams that can eaten hot or cold after boiling. It has a delicate flavour.
Asturias is also the name of a strong cheese from Northern Spain..
Other definition:
Asturias refers to a Spanish strong, sharp-flavoured, fermented cheese from Northern Spain. Asturias is also the name of a highly regarded ham.

Asturias is pronounced "ah-stoo-ree-ahs"

Related Articles

Sobaos ■■■■■
Sobaos refers to a Spanish sponge cake, particulary served as dessert or snack or even as breakfast food. . . . Read More
Quechua ■■■■■
Quechua is one of the languages spoken in Bolivia. 21.2 % of the people in Bolivia speak Quechua, next . . . Read More
Features ■■■■■
Features: This website not only features a glossary of international food and drink, but also provides . . . Read More
Chumbo ■■■■■
Chumbo refers to a Spanish exotic fruit that can be found growing wild almost everywhere. Seemingly impaled . . . Read More
Askolymbri ■■■■■
Askolymbri refers to the crunchy roots of the common golden thistle (Scolymus hispanicus, or Spanish . . . Read More
Bistec ■■■■■
Bistec, a term that originates from the Spanish word "bisté," which means "beefsteak," is a popular . . . Read More
Butifara ■■■■■
Butifara refers to small sausage filled with pork, white wine and seasonings, air dried, boiled in salt . . . Read More
Asperula ■■■■■
Asperula is the Italian and Spanish term for woodruff or sweet woodruff, an aromatic and strongly scented . . . Read More
Salmorejo ■■■■■
Salmorejo refers to a typical Spanish dish , particularly from the Region of Cordoba which is a cold . . . Read More
Jamon Serrano ■■■■■
jamon Serrani is the renowed Spanish dry-cured ham that is thinly sliced enough for the soft fat to melt . . . Read More