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Welcome to our world recipe blog

Cook up something delicious with our great selection of recipes from around the world. Whether cooking for yourself, or that special dinner party, we have a great choice of recipes. Some well known food writers have kindly allowed us to feature some of their favourite dishes. If you have one of your own recipes that you would like us to publish, please get in touch with us, we would love to hear from you. Happy Cooking.

Seafood paella

Paella is probably the most famous and recognizable Spanish dish, in fact, it is so famous that many people outside of Spain regard it as the national dish. In Spain, however, it is considered to be a regional speciality, origins can be traced back to the 15th century.

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Banderillas – tapas

Banderillas is a Spanish Tapas bar classic which is often served with a beer and is presented on a toothpick which is a common way to serve pintxos in the north of Spain.

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Menestra – seasonal vegetable stew

In the northern Spanish regions, stews are a popular way of combining the fresh local ingredients in a quick and simple way to produce a variety of tasty dishes.

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Baked hake with almond & saffron sauce

Hake is an extremely popular fish in Spain and can be found all over the country. Many of the recipes involve baking the fish and serving it with a simple sauce often accompanied by clams or green vegetables such as peas or asparagus. These sauces are typically flavoured with garlic, lemon and parsley but can also involve saffron, almonds, hazelnuts, mushrooms and cream.

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Spanish style meatballs, cranberry & orange salsa

Meatballs are known as albóndigas in Spain, a name derived from the Arabic al-bunduq meaning hazelnut, or in this context, a small round object.

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Spicy lamb pinchitos & red onion salsa

This recipe for lamb pinchitos (kebabs) needs a lean cut of meat. But as most cuts of lamb are only lightly marbled and the excess fat is easily trimmed.

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Ensaladilla Rusa – spanish potato salad

Ensaladilla Rusa, or Russian salad, is said to be the invention of Chef Lucien Olivier around 1860, in the Restaurant Hermitage in Moscow.

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Lemon and almond tart

This is a flour-free version of the classic lemon and almond tart from Galicia and is served with a delicious raspberry sauce that complements the dish perfectly.

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Churros with hot chocolate dipping sauce

Churros are sometimes referred to as a Spanish doughnut and it’s easy to see why they are so enjoyed all over Spain. They are normally sold by street vendors who fry them freshly on the street or in churrerías (specialised cafés).

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Mini chocolate palmeras

Served for breakfast or as afternoon snacks the Spanish love these palmeras, sweet and flaky scroll-like pastries, dipping them in hot chocolate or milky coffee.

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Patatas bravas

Patatas Bravas are perhaps one of the best known tapas in Spain and can be found on the menu of almost any tapería around the country.

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Pisto manchego

This traditional pisto manchego recipe is often compared to the French dish ratatouille.

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Lemon & poppy seed magdalenas

For a healthy breakfast option why not try these cupcakes.

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Honey roast tomatoes

Try these delicious sweet bee kissed roast tomatoes. Sweeter than normal but not too sweet. You’ve got to try them. You’ll be hooked. Perfect squashed on to a piece of lightly toasted bread, or as a tomato base for pizza.

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