The best Spanish tapas recipes and dishes
Sardines: Sprinkle the fish with coarse sea salt, parsley and sprinkle them with lemon juice. Grill the sardines on the Barbecue (BBQ) on each side about 3 minutes. If cooked in the pan put some white wine with it.
Little meatballs in tomato sauce: Mix the meatloaf with garlic, pepper, salt, egg and crushed dried white bread and spin the meat balls. Bake the balls brown and then add fried onion and tomato to it.
Stuffed Chicken with Serrano Ham: Cut a chicken breast-flap open and fill it with a mixture of basil, garlic, shallots and olive oil. Close the fillet steak and sprinkle it with salt and pepper. Roll the fillet in a slice of Serrano ham and place it a 30 minutes in the oven (200 degrees).
cruzcampo: Eat tapas while enjoying a Spanish beer.
Tortilla espanol: Spanish tortilla is prepared by fried onions and sliced potatoes cooked briefly in a skillet with some olive oil. Endow it with a large amount of beaten eggs. The potatoes and onions should be completely covered. Bake on low heat about 15 minutes each side of the tortilla. You can turn it by placing a plate on the tortilla.
ham mushroom croquettes: Place in a frying pan a mixture of onions, mushrooms, ham, pepper, flour and milk. Let the mixture cool and make croquettes of it by pulling it through the flour, egg and breadcrumbs picks. Fry the croquettes then at 180 degrees.
Paella: This was originally a Valencian dish and is traditionally made with rice, shrimp, mussels and vegetables (peppers, from tomato). This dish has a longer preparation time unlike most tapas dishes.