Spanish Tapas By Maria From HR

In terms of Spanish cuisine, the word “tapas” derives from its literal English translation “covers”.  Historically, small dishes had been used to cover drinks in bars to prevent insects flying into the drinks.  When small snacks were placed in these dishes to enjoy with the drinks, the word “tapas” caught on as the name for … Continue reading

“One for the Kids” Spanish Pie by Shankar From QA

A tasty, wholesome and nutritional dish, I hope a schools menu designer views this; I would love to have been served this at school!!! Ingredients For the Filling: 1 Fennel Bulb thinly sliced 8 Chicken Thighs (CHI189 – Charnwood Fayre IQF Chicken Thighs Oystercut-3x2kg) Knob of butter 2 small red onions, chopped 2 red peppers, … Continue reading

SUNSHINE ON A PLATE BY TERRY FROM HR

In certain regions of Spain Paella includes Snails and Rabbit but I prefer Mussels and Chicken!  The name Paella refers to the ‘Pan’ in which its cooked. JJ Ingredients: FIS215 Ocean Catch Economy Seafood Cocktail 1kg FIS310 Six Fathoms NZ Half Shell Mussels 1kg VEG319 Greens Frozen Petit Pois 1kg Other Ingredients: Olive Oil – … Continue reading