Recipe of gurupina, the traditional stew from Granada

We teach you how to prepare this traditional dish from the town of Baza in Granada.

Click here to read the Spanish version.
With the comings and goings of the cold and the rain storms, we still feel like a good spoon dish. Among all those traditional grandmother’s recipes of our gastronomy, today we bring you the gurupina, a typical stew from the region of Baza in Granada that is finger-licking good. In addition, it is super easy to make because it uses inexpensive ingredients that you can have at home. If you want to get down to work, we leave you the recipe shared by Baza Turismo.

Gurupina recipe


  • In a frying pan, first sauté the dried bell pepper and set aside.
  • Then, chop the chorizo and the bacon and fry them together with the garlic, the green bell pepper and the chopped onion and tomato.
  • Once fried, add the diced potatoes, with a touch of ground pepper and paprika. Stir well.
  • Then add water and salt and pepper to taste and let it cook. Add the ground dried bell pepper. Boil for about 20 minutes.
  • Dissolve a tablespoon of flour in a bowl with cold water and mix well until a layer without lumps.
  • With the stew in the pan over medium heat, add the flour mixture progressively, while stirring well. Let it cook for a few more minutes.