Now this recipe won’t be to everyone’s taste. Caracoles en escabeche are snails cooked in a spicy sauce. I first had these at a lovely little bar in Playa Honda in Lanzarote – and have been craving them ever since. It has taken me some time to find anything remotely similar…. but this one is […]
With the chilly winter nights – it’s good to have an easy recipe that will warm your cockles. Magra con tomate is pork cooked in a tomato sauce and it hails from Murcia. This stewlike dish is fantastic served with chunks of crusty bread and plenty of wine. Enjoy!
Regular visitors to this site will know that I love my “cazuela” dishes, earthenware cooking pots popular in Spain. I cook everything in mine, from stews and casseroles to gambas pil-pil.
Now that winter is drawing closer, we are enjoying some heartier dishes. This Spanish recipe for beef stew is guaranteed to keep you warm on chilly evenings. Of course, this is just one variation… but we like to make things as simple as possible for your enjoyment!
This ajopringue recipe is only really for lovers of pig liver. We hope that those of you that enjoy such things give this Spanish recipe a go. Good luck, and let us know how you get on.
This recipe is a little time consuming in preparation (because of the prawns, but if you can sort your prawns ahead of time, then it doesn’t take long to cook. Enjoy these prawn and chorizo nibbles.
This recipe uses one of my favourite ingredients, chicken livers (although Alan hates them). It also makes the most of the almonds that are currently in season. Enjoy!
Ham and eggs are probably the two most used ingredients in a Spanish recipe. Huevos con jamón en cocotte utilises both of these. Any self respecting Spanish kitchen will always have some jamón and eggs in – so it’s a great emergency dish. Keep it simple… keep it tasty!