Recreating Spanish cuisine at home is very much possible, thanks to videos cooking recipes. Popular delights such as videos on cooking recipes paella, callos, and flan are available either in books to be purchased or posted online by generous people who shared their thoughts and ideas in Spanish cooking, either in step-by-step or video recipe format. There are endless choices to have a Spanish-themed dinner or party that the guests would want a repeat of that.
Spanish recipes from Mirriam Venes
Spanish tapas are popular for parties and cocktails. Bridal showers and get-togethers may serve tapas for a unique twist. Marinated olives are easy to make and can be made ahead of time. It has ingredients that are easy to source – olives (better fresh, if possible), spices, lemon, water, and vinegar. Place the olives in a bowl when serving with some cocktail sticks to serve. Sliced-up cheese looks great and taste great and go well with croquetas, mushrooms, and Serrano ham. Tapas recipes are easy to find and some of them are easy to prepare, so newbie hosts who want some flair may whip out tapas for parties. Now all we need is sangria, and yes, there are recipes for sangria too.
As Spain is surrounded with bodies of water, Spanish recipes have a lot of seafood in it. The famous paella is forever dotted with seafood. Even tapas recipes have seafood too, like deep-fried squid and garlic prawns. Seafood is best when fresh so make sure to source out where to get the freshest and best-quality seafood. If unable to take seafood due to diet, health, or personal choice, there are meat, poultry, and game recipes. Callos, veal’s tongue, and pork and all its permutations are available cooked in rich sauces and flavors to love. For vegetarians, legume and vegetable recipes are available. Spanish recipes have a lot of legumes, so not to worry vegetarians, you aren’t left out. Salads make fantastic light lunches for weight-watchers. Spinach is made attractive stuffed in empanadillas. Gazpacho is a cold take to soup and no one can go wrong with a hearty bowl of tomato soup served with bread.
Desserts satisfy the sweet tooth, and a classic flan would be awesome to cleanse the palate after a hearty meal of meat and fish. Crema de Limon, a no-cook dessert is great for those who want something sweet in a flash – with only three ingredients and 10 minutes to prepare (or less, if you’re an expert). Spanish cookie recipes are also available like polvorones and turron, for those who want sweet snacks to share.