Getting good mojo!

Red mojo sauce / Toya Legido - ICEX

Red mojo sauce / Toya Legido – ICEX

Ah potatoes, who doesn’t love them? Baked, fried, mashed, boiled… these versatile tubers are beloved by (virtually) all in their many forms.

And if you still haven’t tried the famous papas arrugadas (wrinkled potatoes) prepared in Spain’s Canary Islands, then you have something to look forward to on your next visit.

And if you’ve never tried this classic Canarian dish served with the region’s famous mojos: red or green varieties of sauces that are made with vinegar, garlic, cumin and salt (and at times bread crumbs), then you had best book your plane ticket right away because there’s no time like the present.

Of course another option would be to get your hands on the range of mojos made by Canarian company Mojos Guachinerfe. With two-decades of experience under its belt making these and other quality sauces, Mojos Guachinerfe now exports around 20% of its products to destinations like Germany, Great Britain, Holland, France and Denmark, among other places.

Learn more about these authentic sauces from the Canary Islands in The Second Best Mojo in the World: Traditional Canarian sauces conquer foreign palates, on Foods and Wines from Spain.


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