Sugar-free

Diabetes is very close to our family so we’re used to cook for those who can’t eat sugars. Here are some of those brilliant recipes that we regularly prepare for our loved ones.

Sea urchin gratin

Galician sea urchins gratin

These spiky extraterrestrial-looking animals are a real gift from the oceans, a hidden gem for all those oyster and seafood lovers out there. If…

cocido maragato

Cocido Maragato (Maragato Stew)

The cocido maragato is one of the most traditional of all the Castilian cocidos. We meet chef Pedro Castillo, from Casa Coscolo, to learn…

ajoblanco

Ajoblanco

The ajoblanco can be considered one of the original cold soups that are so traditional in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia. Less famous…

Ham croquetas

The best ham croquetas

I absolutely love Spanish ham croquetas. In fact, I don’t know anyone who doesn’t. Unless of course, you are a vegetarian, in which case…

Garlic Prawns (Gambas al ajillo)

Garlic prawns (gambas al ajillo)

It often happens that the simplest recipes are the tastiest ones. Or at least this is the case with today’s garlic prawns or ‘gambas…

Orange stuffed olives

Orange stuffed olives

‘Orange and olives’ is one of those combinations that can be categorized as a gastronomic miracle. Try this super easy recipe to find out…

Bonito Marmitako

Bonito Marmitako (Basque tuna stew)

In Basque language, ‘marmitako’ means ‘what it is inside the pot’. So when the Basque fishermen were cooking aboard their boats… What did they…

How to make chorizo

How to make chorizo

My aunt Amelia makes the best homemade chorizo ever. Having said this, the good news are that making chorizo at home is much easier…

Lentils with chorizo

Spanish lentils with chorizo

Lentils with chorizo are the ultimate comfort food for those winter days when getting outside is just too daring. Discover why this traditional recipe…