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Roja recipes have been passed down through generations of cooks in Spain. These recipes typically include ingredients like garlic, olive oil, tomatoes, and paprika. The dish is often served with bread and a glass of wine.
The exact origins of roja recipes are unknown, but it is thought that they date back to the 16th century. At that time, Spain was a major world power and its food was highly sought after by other cultures. The first roja recipes were likely created by combining the traditional Spanish ingredients with the new world ingredients that were being introduced into Spain at that time.
As Spain continued to interact with other cultures, the roja recipes evolved. For example, when Spain colonized Mexico, the roja recipes began to include chili peppers. Today, there are many different versions of roja recipes, but all of them still reflect the original Spanish roots of the dish.
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