If you want to re-create those flavours at home, or event elect your own tapas night, here are some of the most popular tapas dishes, from vegetarian to fresh seafood and classics. And while you're cooking on a theme, why not try some Spanish desserts as well.
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These light and tasty deep-fried anchovies tend to disappear the moment they are put down piping hot and fresh from the fryer. They can be eaten in one, as the bones are so small. Try making them at home with this easy recipe.
This traditional octopus dish from Galicia, is a stalwart of the tapas bar. Boiled pieces of octopus pieces are given a good scattering of paprika giving the octopus pieces a distinct rusty colour and a really savoury taste. Find the perfect recipe here.
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