Iberian tapas feast

Gazpacho

As I didn’t actually get the June holiday in Spain I had planned, on account of the lockdown, I’m planning to bring a little bit of Spain to my garden instead this year. Most of these recipes have been published already over the years (and I’ll add some more soon that I just haven’t had time to write yet), but it helps to have them in a collection so that you can either just put on a massive tapas feast, or select a couple as a starter and then go main course and dessert if you really want to push the boat out.  Whilst we’re still all trying to work out the etiquette of entertaining in the post-COVID world, tapas is quite a nice way to go because you can serve them in separate little dishes for e.g. each couple or household group.

For the tapas

Some or all of these ideas…

For the main event

Either of these easy make-ahead dishes makes for a delicious main course. If you haven’t seen your friends or family for a while, no need to waste time in the kitchen whilst they’re visiting!

For dessert

There are few nicer desserts than either of these on a warm summer’s day – also easy to make ahead of time.

 

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