Jurelitos is the Spanish word for small horse mackerels which are made into several dishes like, Jurelitos Fritos, Jurelitos en Escabeche. Jurelitos are usually served as Spanish "Tapa". Jurelitos is also called Jurel or Jureles which usually refers to little fried fish (horse mackarel) eaten whole.

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