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.
Cullen skink is a thick Scottish soup made with smoked haddock, potatoes and onions. The name originates from Cullen in Moray, Scotland.
On a cold winter’s day, nothing beats a bowl of hot mulligatawny soup with some lovely fresh crusty bread.
Simple authentic Spanish sizzling prawns with garlic. This has to be one of the most popular tapas dishes ever.
Salty and full of flavour, Serrano ham makes an excellent contrast with juicy honeydew melon.
These delicious little whitebait deep fried in a spicy crispy coating make a great starter or tapas dish.
This really easy to make chicken pieces with yoghurt dip recipe from Jamie Oliver makes a great tapas dish for the kids to enjoy.
An East End of London dish traditionally served in Pie and Mash shops like Manzes near Tower Bridge. This recipe substitutes the normally used silver eels for conger eel.
I was looking through my old recipes and found this one from Gary Rhodes for black pudding fritters in beer batter.