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    Everyone who goes to Spain has to try the hot chocolate. It's so delicious & can be used to dunk Spanish Churros in for breakfast. This recipe is just for the hot chocolate & I will also add my recipe for Spanish Churros as they really go hand in hand. This has a creamy, thick consistancy, it's very indulgent & can really give us women that chocolate fix we all need from time to time. The recipe can also be adjusted according to taste by adding more/less sugar or even omitting it depending on chocolate used or if you like very sweet drinks. I like to make enough to fill 2 big mugs for my daughter & I. We love it at anytime of the day. My daughter likes to add a squirt of cream & a cadburys flake sprinkled on top. I just prefer it on it's own. Anyway, make it - I'm sure you'll love it.

    Recipe #376431

    Here's a simple tapas dish thats big on flavour. Can be eaten the traditional Spanish way with fried eggs & sliced fried Spanish chorizo for breakfast/supper. Or a tasty alternative to croutons, sprinkled on salads. It is better to use at least 2 day old bread, use the crusts too, but do dice very small or even make into breadcrumbs - just make sure it doesn't burn. Smoked bacon is better to use that plain bacon as it goes so well with the garlic. Use olive oil rather than extra virgin olive oil, use enough oil to cover the bottom of a big heavy bottomed pan. Stir the breadcrumbs constantly to make sure they're evenly coated in oil. I use a pair of scissors to cut the smoked bacon & I always use streaky (around 8-10 rashers) As for parsley I add that right at the very end just before it's served on to plates or tapas dishes. Optional. A fried egg & sliced fried chozio placed on top of the migas makes a delicious breakfast/supper. I first tried "Migas" back in 1988 while on holiday in Blanes. We stayed in a huge apartment in a Spanish complex - imagine the aroma while travelling up & down in the lifts......garlic, sausage, fish - there was something different on each floor. At the time of 1988 Blanes was very much a traditional Spanish fishing village, with only a handful of other nationalities. So eating out was tapas, steak restaurants or the typical American style burger joints. So we stuck to Spanish & coped very well with the abundant colourful & tasty tapas dishes available. Back in 1988 there was no translated text in several languages to accomodate our lack of not learning the lingo, so it was a case of choosing from a book of photographs & hoping for the best. Thankfully, 21 years on & the lingo has come on in leaps & bounds. The food is still fabulous, if not better & at least I can now ask for tapas & no longer have to point to a photgraph. Anyway, it's delicious - try it I'm sure you'll love it!

    Recipe #376389

    As I live in Yorkshire I thought I should share this recipe with everyone around the world - as they're so tasty everyone should try them! They're a cross between a rock bun & a scone. Can be enjoyed at any time of the day. Some say they're best when still warm, cut in half & spread with butter. I like to eat them cold with butter, or as a treat with cream.

    Recipe #376382

    Alioli or garlic mayonnaise is so tasty & so easy to make at home, I also think it tastes much better than the store bought jars. I first tried alioli while on holiday in Spain. It must've been during the early 1980's while in the Costa Blanca area. At the time it was served with a meal, in a small dish (finger bowl size) & seemed to accompany every main meal. So, I guess as I was the youngest it was down to me to try it, maybe I was the adventurous one in my family........or maybe I had no choice? anyway, whatever the reason it tasted delicious! This recipe does require the use of a blender making it easier & fool proof.

    Recipe #376330

    These are great to have with a cup of tea - maybe it's because I'm British? Anyway, they're very buttery & lemony. They're refreshing in the Spring/Summer & are great to use as a base of individual cheese cakes. I make a batch in no time & by the time they've cooled they've vanished! The mixture is also great to keep in the fridge for a couple of days & it also freezes well. You could also sprinkle the top of the biscuits with sugar as soon as you take out from the oven.

    Recipe #333640

    As a lover of all things Spanish, I begged my friend Pia for her recipe of the most delicious bread. As bread is served with every meal in Spain, I returned home desperate for more. Anyway, Pia gave me her recipe & it's a very good likeness (I think her olive oil is far superior than the ones available here in the UK). The bread is great for any meal, my favourite being breakfast, served with butter, jam, orange marmalade or with ham & or cheese. She also states that it's essential to pour yourself a glass of red rioja & put on a cd of the Gypsy Kings.....to get you in the mood!

    Recipe #328322

    Here's a great cake/pudding for Halloween/ Bonfire Night & Winter. Equally as good served cold or hot with custard - a great Winter warmer. We use this recipe throughout the year & it can be frozen too.

    Recipe #186653

    My grandma would make these scones weekly and as always they were a big hit. She would make enough for the whole street and they'd all be gone by the end of the day. They were great with butter or butter and jam.

    Recipe #186579

    This was a massive hit when i was growing up. My grandma would make this weekly and as visitors called she would have orders to make her guests a cake for the following week. She served it with custard, vanilla ice cream or fresh cream and all were equally delicious! This was a great cake to eat during the winter served hot with custard. I have now started to add a handful of flaked almonds, sprinkled on top of the cake (just before it goes in the oven) The addition of the flaked almonds, seems to be an even bigger hit! Enjoy!

    Recipe #186578


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