Arròs de Matances refers to Ibiza‘ s hearty broth made or rice and vegetables enriched with pork meats which are freshly slaughtered especially during the autumn season. Aside from pork, pigeon pieces are also added to the dish and a special Wild mushroom that grows in the Island called Pebrassos ("milk mushroom" Lactarius) also goes into this hearty broth.

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