Leche Frita is the Spanish for "fried milk" , a popular dessert from Gádor and some other towns in Spain. To make fried milk, the milk is thickened with egg and sweetened with honey or sugar. This custard is then spread in a pan and allowed to thicken. After it has set, it is cut into cubes, dipped in bread crumbs, and pan fried. The final product is dusted with sugar and served warm. Gádor is one of the small Andalusian towns that is seeing its population grow steadily located just eighteen kilometers north of the capital city of Almería. Gádor is home to citruses of Andarax and relies on olives, oranges, and cattle ranching.