This easy Spanish recipe for Zarangollo is great for vegetarians too and is quick to rustle up, not to mention ideal for novice cooks. Plus it’s tasty and perfect for getting towards your five a day.
Far from my horrid memories of overcooked spinach as a child, I now relish the green beastie. This easy Catalan spinach recipe is not only packed full of iron, but it tastes amazing too! Enjoy.
I can’t believe that in the more than three years Spain Buddy has been alive, we haven’t posted a champiñones al ajillo recipe. It has to be one of the easiest Spanish recipes in existence, and such a versatile dish, so here it is – better late than never. Quite simply – garlic mushrooms. Enjoy!
I’ve posted this patatas aliñadas recipe because although I didn’t like it, I did seem to be in the minority. It’s super simple and perfect for the summer when you don’t want anything too heavy or hot. It can be served as a side dish with a barbecue, or as a light lunch on its […]
We first tasted this dish, berenjena con miel de caña, in a backstreet place in Malaga city. We were with Lisa Sadleir, from Family Life in Spain, and I was moaning that I couldn’t get to grips with berenjena (eggplant/aubergine) and would love to find a recipe using it that I actually enjoyed. She suggested […]
Regular readers will have seen last week’s Huevos con bechamel recipe (version 1). That was a seriously simple one. This one is a bit more fiddly, and certainly messier… but it tastes bloomin’ awesome! I always think it’s a bit like chicken kiev… without the chicken… or the garlic butter. Or like a Scotch egg […]
This huevos con bechamel recipe is great with salad, and if you omit the bacon it’s great for vegetarians too. You can use shop bought bechamel for ease, but I think that the sauce is so easy to make and tastes better anyway. As you can see from the recipe title… this is version one. […]
A nice easy Spanish recipe for bolitas de calabacín y queso this week. These are courgette and cheese balls, covered in breadcrumbs and fried. Although simple, it can be a little fiddly to form the courgette around the cheese… but you can prepare in advance and just fry when your guests arrive.