As part of the diet I live at times… I stock up on courgettes (zucchini for our American readers). This Spanish recipe is not a personal favourite, but it does go down well with guests.
I could eat deep fried padron peppers all day every day. The Spanish recipe I first tried had these baked in the oven. Drizzle with olive oil, sprinkle with sea salt… and bake for about 15 minutes. But if time is really short, this method is even faster – ready in less than two minutes.
Regular readers of this blog will know how much I love these sweet red piquillo peppers, so easily available in Spain. This quick and easy lunch will fill you up, whilst giving you a real burst of flavour. Enjoy!
You can get white beans in most supermarkets. Either buy the dried version, and prepare according to the instructions… or do what I do… cheat and buy a jar! We always have a jar of these in the cupboard… next to the kidney beans and chickpeas – a meal is then always available! This is […]
This Patatas bravas Recipe is another of our favourites. They are like mini roast potatoes, but come with two sauces for extra oomph. Enjoy!
As anyone who knows will testify… I love cookery programmes – and even more so if it comes with entertainment. Heston Blumenthal is a current favourite, as is the new series with Jamie Oliver. Anyway – you came in here to read about an easy tortilla recipe didn’t you? Not about what I may or […]
You’ll be hard pushed to find a Canarian restaurant that doesn’t serve papas arrugadas. They are personal favourites of ours, and go fantastically with fresh fish and a bit of salad… as well, of course, with some mojo verde (recipe to be found here: Mojo Verde Recipe) or mojo rojo