Cooking Method: Fry
This mushroom tapa is a go to dish when feeding a crowd. It's simple to prepare and packs a ton of flavour.
Zucchini isn't a typical topping for a tapa, but the freshness of the mint, creamy ricotta and sharpness of the vinegar make it an instant hit.
The Spanish tortilla is the comfort food of the tapas world. Breakfast, lunch or dinner - this classic dish is well worth making.
These comforting little pillows of joy are full of flavour and have no added sugar. They may be the lightest and fluffiest banana pancakes you'll ever try.
These lamb cutlets are inspired by trying to use dried porcini without making pasta or risotto. I love the earthiness and umami they bring, which works so well with lamb or beef.
Sweet scallops with creamy romesco and a garlic herb crumb. While not a classic itself, this dish does combine some of the classic flavours of Spain.
Crispy skinned salmon is served simply with a pan sauce. The emulsified butter sauce with a kick of lemon, wine and herbs compliment the rich salmon perfectly.