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.
Simple authentic Spanish sizzling prawns with garlic. This has to be one of the most popular tapas dishes ever.
Arroz con Leche (Spanish rice pudding) is flavoured with cinnamon and lemon and is a popular dessert after Christmas meals.
Fideuá is a really tasty alternative to paella using vermicelli noodles or fideos pasta instead of rice. A one-pot wonder from Valencia on Spain’s southeastern coast.
Grilled baby squid is very easy and fast. You only need extra virgin olive oil, some garlic, a little parsley and salt flakes.
Spanish almond cookies or polvorones are a very soft and crumbly type of shortbread made of four basic ingredients: pork lard, flour, sugar and cinnamon.
Polvo in Spanish means powder or dust and these cookies crumble to dust in your mouth when eaten.
An adobo marinade for pork, beef or chicken, a combination of spices and vinegar and olive oil. Intensely flavoured with paprika and chipotle. Usually, the adobo combines dry spices along with vinegar or wine and olive oil.
This recipe is quick to make and bright addition to any lunchtime meal. Make them and learn why devilled eggs with tuna are a Spanish favourite.
This Spanish fish and shellfish soup combines fish, clams and prawns with white wine and rice for a rich and really tasty dish.