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This chicken paella recipes is a personal favourite of mine, a paella made with chicken and Iberian ham. It’s quick and easy, super tasty, and perfect for small gatherings.
A rich calorie overdose treat eaten at Easter in Spain, Torrijas is made with day old bread, custard, and topped with sugar or honey. Try our recipe.
A delicious vegetarian meal that is a treat all year round, and recalls one of the greatest events of Spanish history, the retaking of Iberia by Christian forces from the Islamic kingdoms.
Our review of Cruzcampo’s Gran Reserva, a very special heavy lager served very chilled, and perfect for sunny days with a plate of Spanish ham and cured cheese
The Spanish omelette, or Tortilla Española, is one of the staples you’ll be offered at every function or visit to a Spaniards home. Unlike the British omelette, Tortilla Española is made with potato and egg.
Natillas is a tasty treat made of custard and meringue, very popular in Ronda and easy to make. The potential for adding to this recipe is huge, so be sure to experiment.
Try our wholesome tasty vegetarian pisto andaluz as a main meal or serve as tapas. This recipe is one of the most common stews prepared in Andalucian homes, and after seeing how easy it is to make you’re sure to agree.
A quick introduction to some of the tapas you’ll find in an Andalusian bar, what it is, and most importantly, a few translations of the most common tapas served.
Originally made from lamb during the Moorish times, modern Albondigas (Spanish meatballs) can be in pale or tomato sauce. Here is the pale sauce recipe.
A delicious tasty recipe for Spanish meatballs, known throughout Spain’s tapas bars as Albondigas. This recipe uses tomato in the sauce.