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Explore the bold flavours of Spain and bring a little sunshine to the table with this collection of articles and Spanish recipes.
A recipe by Omar Allibhoy, Head Chef at El Pirata de Tapas. A classic Spanish side dish, tortilla are surprisingly simple to make – and once you know how, you’ll make them again and again.
Give this speedy, tasty paella a go. You can try using chicken thighs for this recipe, as they’re often cheaper than breasts.
Seafood with pork is a very Iberian pairing. The sweetness of one plays very well off the fatty saltiness of the other.
Spicy chorizo sausage gives this Spanish chicken recipe its distinctive flavour and rich colour. Make it in advance and freeze for when you can't find time to cook.
A wonderfully filling mackerel recipe with a hint of Spain.
This fresh, light Spanish recipe with blood oranges can be made using squid if you can't find razor clams.
Try a taste of Spain with these wonderful eggs spiced with chorizo, paprika, Serrano ham, peppers and chilli.
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.
This authentic paella recipe is a solid meal and a mouth-watering treat.
Simple wraps with Spanish flavours; you can replace the meat with haloumi and vegetables.
Fans of gazpacho will love salmorejo – a thicker version of the famous Spanish chilled soup from Spain.
A lovely paella that will make you dream of sunny Spain. Ready in 45 minutes, at around £2.50 a head, it won't break the bank either.
Celebrate the Spanish pace of life with this leisurely stew recipe with a difference.
This is a fabulous and flavoursome Spanish-inspired dish. Serve it with other Spanish dishes as a tapas feast Click here for more Spanish inspiration
Craig Butcher reviews El Pirata de Tapas and chats with head chef Omar Allibhoy – protégé of El Bulli’s Ferran Adria – to learn just how easy it is to make superb tapas at home.
Want to know a fideua from paella? Ex-ex-pat Jo Gallagher tries Rachel McCormack's Catalan cookery class to see if the cuisine is as authentic as the meals she ate in the kitchens of Catalunya.
This menu takes its inspiration from Spain, with a few more far-flung flavours added for good measure (and a local hero in the form of purple sprouting broccoli). The cocido is a special dish because it's versatile...
These chorizo recipes make the spicy Spanish sausage the star of the dish. Try a butterbean and chorizo stew, broccoli and chorizo frittata or an easy chorizo carbonara.
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I'm spanish from catalonia and I didn't know that spanish cuisine use so much chorizo. Mussels with chorizo? Fish with chorizo?
Cocido is not a stew!!!!!
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