TAVERN-STYLE DOGFISH SOUP
A spicy and savoury marine winter soup. The dogfish soup Malaga’s fishermen would eat to warm up a bit before sailing out to sea was used in bars generally to sell more wine and beer (you just had to drink with all that spiciness!). Tavern stories aside, it’s a traditional dish and emblematic of Malaga’s gastronomy.
The dogfish is a little shark with coloured spots that’s found in the Bay of Malaga and eaten in stews or marinated. In this simple (and hot) soup, dogfish as a delicacy is the absolute star although it also goes well with other fish and seafood like clams and shrimp.