This Spanish tortilla bites recipe is one inspired by my recent travels to cities around Europe. Tortilla is probably one of Spain’s most popular tapas and this recipe is a very easy way to grab that Spanish flavour.
This Mojete Murciano recipe is fast and simple – and great for last minute guests because often you’ll already have all the ingredients to hand.
Caldillo de perro may sound like it’s made with a dog – but don’t worry, it’s not! This is a fish soup flavoured with bitter oranges and is divine! Give it a go and let us know how you get on.
This easy porra recipe from Antequera is sneaking in while we still have summer in Spain. Like gazpacho and salmorejo, it is a chilled tomato soup and there are a million variations. This is a simple one. Personally I prefer this because it has a bit more depth. Enjoy!
Gone are the days where a salad consisted of tomato, lettuce and cucumber. Nowadays we have become more adventurous with our salad ingredients. Hell, if it’s uncooked and tossed on a plate, we can call it salad.
This basic Spanish piriñaca recipe should be used at any and all barbecues, or as a salad bed for your favourite pan fried fresh fish fillet. You can add all manner of extra ingredients to it, and we’ll talk about that at the end.
You’ll be hard pushed to find a tapas bar in Spain that doesn’t dish up this gem. So we’ve included this ensaladilla Rusa recipe so you can recreate it at home. Yes we know it originated in Russia… but the Spanish have adopted it and made it their own. Enjoy!
This asparagus soup recipe without cream was just the ticket today when summer decided that it didn’t want to stay after all. The skies are grey and there’s a feeling in the air that rain may appear at some point too.