A lovely home made Spanish style garlic mayonaise
A fabulous recipe for low-fat oven-baked fish and chips that uses one pan! This will prove to be a family favourite at the supper table and uses the whole hake in place of cod or haddock fillets, which is a more sustainable fish to use. Children will love its mild taste too.
Chilli con Carne was introduced to America by the “Chili Queens,” women who served food in San Antonio’s Military Plaza as early as the 1860s. Chilli stands were also common in Galveston and Houston; they were the taco trucks of the 1800s. Tamales with chilli was the most common order—beans were often added.
Pimientos de Padrón are small, bright green peppers that come from the municipality of Padrón in Galicia, in the northwest part of Spain.
Pulpo a la Gallega or Pulpo a Feira (Galician name meaning ‘fair style octopus) is a traditional dish from the region of Galicia. It is the main dish during the patron saint festivities of the city of Lugo.
This simple seafood starter scales up or down really well, so it’s easy to adjust if you’re cooking for friends. Serve with crusty bread for mopping up the herby, chorizo-spiked juices.
This Spanish-style chicken bake adapted from one by The Hairy Bikers is a one-pot wonder that’s made with juicy chorizo, chicken and veg – perfect for a midweek supper or a weekend alternative to a weekend roast. Because everything cooks together, this really allows the flavours to come together nicely.
I love eating tapas-style, and this tortilla de patatas recipe with courgette (zucchini to our American cousins) is easy and very tasty.