A popular Basque recipe of fresh baby squid with caramelised onions and green peppers called ‘chipirones a lo pelayo’.
Apparently, one of the local’s favourite choices to start a meal, grilled limpets are very popular in both the Canary Islands and Madeira. Seasoned with garlic and butter and served straight from the grill with lemon on the side.
A delicious, baked-in-the-tray, one-pan recipe Joe Wicks’ chicken chorizo and cauliflower bake is a mid-week winner.
A fusion of a classic creole dish with a Spanish twist, this seafood jambalaya with chorizo will get your taste buds going.
Sauté your bacalao with tomatoes, capers, olives, and lemon juice before roasting it in the oven until the tomatoes start to burst. If you’re looking for a dish that’s healthy without sacrificing flavour, this salted cod recipe is for you.
This recipe for black rice with calamari and prawns has an intense flavour from the squid ink and is visually stunning.
These ribeye steak tacos are low in calories but with all the flavour so you can enjoy and lose weight at the same time.
The Catalunya region in the northeast of Spain is famous for its romesco sauce and this Catalan fish stew is definitely one that you will want to make time and again.
Every region of Spain has its own tapas dishes and Catalonia is no exception. If you visit Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, you will find Catalan toasts on the menu in the majority of tapas bars.
The combination of chorizo cooked in red wine and garlic with succulent tiger prawns is a sure-fire starter for any family gathering.