A Taste of Spain

A Taste of Spain

Spain is not just the home of flamenco dancing, bullfighting, and Salvador Dali. It is also the home of some delicious and unique cuisine. As the the birthplace of tapas, paella, and sangria, Spain has dishes for everyone's palate. So why not take a look at our favorite Spanish recipes and try some at home?

Spanish Rice: This recipes contains the secret to perfectly fluffy rice.

Albondigas (Meatballs): The mixture of veal and beef, along with some amazing spices and taco sauce, makes this meatball recipe one of a kind.

Main Courses

Spanish Noodles: This hearty pasta dish features beef, bacon, and a chili sauce.

Spanish Rump Roast: A meat and potatoes dinner with a bit of flair.

Chorizo Scrambled Eggs: You almost won't believe the flavor that chorizo brings to these eggs!

Gazpacho Rosa: A hearty robust cold soup for a hot day. This takes a bit of time, but it's so special.

Arroz con Pollo: This Spanish chicken and rice recipe is very authentic!

Corned Beef on Rice: This corned beef dish has a unique flavor, with garlic salt, Spanish olives and oregano.

Spanish Rice with Pork Chops: This recipe is incredibly flavorful and it doesn't require a lot of hard work. 

Classic Paella: This traditionally Spanish dish consists of rice, lots of seafood, spicy chorizo sausage and, of course, saffron for that unique coloring.

Spanish Omelet: Add embellishments to this omelet in the form of meat, vegetables, cheese, herbs, and spices, and the ingredients appear as appealing shapes and colors against the pale yellow, flat-as-a-pancake background of beaten egg.

Authentic Sangria: This is the real deal without the fussiness of some of the newer recipes. It's perfect for any special occasion.

Spanish Coffee: Since Tia Maria is a coffee liqueur, this one is double dose of flavor.

Sunset Sangria: This classic Spanish recipe is a fun beverage to serve any time of year, especially during the summer as an alternative to iced tea. Pieces of fruit and cinnamon sticks bring the whole thing together.

Tocinillos de Cielo: This rich caramel custard is best served with meringues.

Churros (Spanish Doughnuts): These cinnamon-sugar doughnuts are fried and crispy.


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