Scintillating Spanish dishes

We've picked out some wonderful Spanish-inspired recipes that are as summery as they are luvverly. Tuck in, they're delicioso!

Scintillating Spanish dishes
Arroz negro

Arroz negro

Arroz negro - Black. Rice. Yes really. Try it and be transported to Valencia.

Green gazpacho

Green gazpacho

Gazpacho is a Spanish recipe for chilled soup, using all kinds of healthy vegetables. This version uses asparagus and cucumber for a refreshing warm-weather dish.

Salmorejo

Salmorejo

Fans of gazpacho will love salmorejo – a thicker version of the famous Spanish chilled soup from Spain.

Chicken and chorizo paella

Chicken and chorizo paella

This full-flavoured paella recipe allows you to make one dish and freeze a second. You'll have a delicious dinner for a rainy day, with minimal effort.

Potato tortilla

Potato tortilla

Instead of slicing and deep frying the potatoes in the Spanish way, this recipe microwaves then grates the potatoes, which cuts the amount of fat and gives a lovely crunchy surface to the omelette.

Paprika and chorizo baked eggs

Paprika and chorizo baked eggs

Try a taste of Spain with these wonderful eggs spiced with chorizo, paprika, Serrano ham, peppers and chilli.

Mussels with chorizo

Mussels with chorizo

Seafood with pork is a very Iberian pairing. The sweetness of one plays very well off the fatty saltiness of the other.

Razor clams and blood oranges

Razor clams and blood oranges

This fresh, light Spanish recipe with blood oranges can be made using squid if you can't find razor clams.

Spanish cocido

Spanish cocido

Celebrate the Spanish pace of life with this leisurely stew recipe with a difference.

Hot chocolate with churros

Hot chocolate with churros

Churros are sweet doughy snacks that originate from Spain. These treats are fried then dipped in rich hot chocolate – very nice and a bit naughty.

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jogallagher

September 30

Where is flamenco from then cchaco?

cchaco

July 20

As usual the flamenco is confused with the spanish. The arroz negro, salmorejo and tortilla de patatas you have picked out are far from to be wonderful. I can't believe you use vegetable or chicken stock for the arroz negro!!!! Always fish stock, of course. And yes, I'm spanish

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