Tapas are the signature of Spanish snacks. Though tapas are generally considered as Spanish appetisers but they can be eaten anytime. They are extremely delicious and easy to cook. Some of the most popular tapas recipes are goat cheese stuffed piquillo peppers, seared swordfish with tomatoes, chorizo slider, galician eggplant empanada. They are served in Sydney’s best bars and Spanish restaurants.
Goat Cheese Stuffed Piquillo Peppers
Stuffed piquillo pepper with goat cheese is one of the perfect tapas. Piquillos are red, roasted, small and spicy Spanish peppers that are stuffed properly with goat cheese. This food is extremely delicious and served in different tapas restaurants in Sydney. The major ingredients of this recipe are diced shallots, thinly sliced scallion, piquillo peppers, a certain amount of goat cheese, olive oil, fresh parsley and thinly chopped fresh thyme.
Seared Swordfish with Tomatoes
After Stuffed piquillo pepper with goat cheese, Seared Swordfish with Tomatoes is another delicious tapa. This food is very popular because of its strong flavour and a meaty texture. You can find this recipe in many tapas bars and restaurants in Sydney. You will surely enjoy the mouth watering taste of this food. To prepare Seared Swordfish with Tomatoes you will need some basic ingredients such as a certain amount of olive oil, swordfish, black pepper, minced garlic, drained capers, salt, fresh parsley finely, pepper flakes, chopped tomatoes and their juice.
Chorizo Slider will give you a taste of Spanish burger. Undoubtedly they are very delicious. It can be found most of the Spanish pubs and restaurants. This food is also easy to prepare. Some common ingredients of this recipe are a certain amount of chopped Spanish chorizo, Worcestershire sauce, fresh black pepper, sweet paprika, Kosher salt, oilve oil, shredded Manchego cheese, brioche Bun, lemon juice, cilantro leaves, garlic paste, plum tomatoes, finely sliced red onion, light cream etc.
Galician Eggplant Empanada
Galician Eggplant Empanada is one of the most traditional Spanish foods. As the name suggests, this recipe is originated from Galicia, northwest Spain. This food has a salty and sweet flavour. It can be generally served hot. To make this recipe, you need a certain amount of milk, fresh butter, eggs, white wine, olive oil, salt, white flour, large onion, bell pepper, crushed tomatoes etc. It is also easy to prepare. You can try out this food in many Spanish restaurants.
The list of tapas recipes are never ending. However, these four recipes are exceptionally delicious and tasty. So, if you are exploring the Spanish dishes in Sydney then definitely try out these tapas in a Spanish restaurants.