My boyfriend christened this and I think it's a pretty accurate description, chorizo, olives, peppers and potatoes always remind me of holidays in Spain. With the addition of the eggs it's almost like an inside out Spanish omlette.
Warm and satisfying Spanish style slow baked casserole with belly pork, chorizo, tomato, paprika and butter beans. Serve this Mediterranean one pot with farmhouse bread for mopping up those delicious juices. Rustic fare at it best.
This classic Spanish favourite is always enthusiastically welcomed at the dinner table by seafood lovers. This version is packed with colourful red and yellow peppers, asparagus and peas, together with large, succulent tiger prawns and chunks of red mullet. Serve with a green salad for a memorable Mediterranean-style meal.
This all-in-one Spanish meal couldn't be easier. Use your pressure cooker for a quick meal in minutes that tastes slow-cooked!
Perfect after a long day when minimum effort and maximum taste is desired. Super simple, super tasty! Just put it in the oven and leave it, what could be easier?:) Serve with a green salad and lots of allioli!
In Spain, the home of this spicy dish, chickpeas are very popular and are often stewed with a small amount of meat and a vegetable or two to make hearty one-pot feasts. Serve this with chunks of rustic sourdough bread on the side, so that you can dip it in to enjoy every drop of the delicious gravy.
From northwest Spain, a baked fish dish to remember. The lemon, tomatoes, peppers and herbs come together to produce a packed with flavour treat .
Whiting or cod fillets are cooked in a tomato sauce with green olives and marinated, pickled vegetables. Tiger prawns make a good addition, too.
Spanish inspired all in one pot dish with rice, chicken, celery, chorizo and peppers. Summer on a plate. Serve with crusty bread, a good bottle of wine and eat alfresco under the sun (optional). You can use brown, long grain or basmati rice for this dish.
Paella is a Catalan word which derives from the Old French word paelle for pan which in turn comes from the Latin word patella for pan as well. Patella is also akin to the modern French poêle, the Welsh padell, the Italian padella, the Old Spanish padilla, the Polish patelnia, and the New Mexican Spanish puela.