Posts Tagged ‘tapas’
Yesterday I invited some friends to Tapas and I have had the chance to mak my first aloli. I still have the taste of it and I love it!
lots of garlic, salt, yellow eggs and olive oil…mix it all and that´t it! Everything you´ll try with it will be much more tasty…
and today it´s my birthday so I´ll be back to you wih more Miss Lopez news!
Hasta la vista amigos
Hola amigos y amigas! Here come my tips to enjoy New Year´s Eve in a easy way with friends. Typical from Spain! Check it out!
Did you find it useful? Well you know, Spanish tapas & pinchos is much easier than you think and the most important is the good company you´re eating with of course. This is tapas & pinchos: Spanish snacks while hanging out with friends. Cool!
Actually pincho means literally thorn or spike in Spanish and tapa, cap. Now you know! Interested in having a tapas course with Miss lopez? If that so send me an e mail to email@example.com or and sms to +46 73 578 70 50 and I´ll give you more information.
Mera tips om Spanish tapas: http://www.alltommat.se/Inspiration/Tio-lackra-tapas-1.27370 and enjoy!!
Hasta la vista!
Hi, Miss Stena from Philippines living in Sweden. I am so happy I am getting used to the job now with Miss Lopez. I´d love to show you about my country…!
Philippines has a very rich Spanish culture. Even the name of the country was given by a Spanish explorer in honor of the Spain’s King. In the modern days, Spanish culture still lives among the Filipinos, from the Filipino names such as Lopez, Jose, Consuelo, Miguel, Reyes, Fatima, Corazon, etc to the language, also from Religion to Arts.
The most visible influence left by the Spanish culture is FOOD! Just to name a few of my favourites, Afritada, Brazo de Mercedez, Calabaza, Chorizo, Pastillas, Torilla, Arroz a la Valenciana, Tapas, etc.
Below is one example of the many Spanish restaurants in the Philipines, DOS MESTIZOS.
THANK YOU SPAIN! Viva Feel Good Womanhood!
Spanish croquetas, so Spanish! I love them!
Enjoy them & Feelgood!
Perfect as a TAPA as well! Viva Spanish Tapas!
Hi! Try this and let me know!
Number of People: 8
210 g butter
110 g flour
½ l cream
½ l milk
800 g of potatoes
100 g of cured ham
Roast the potatoes on a bed of clean coarse salt until soft. Remove the pulp. Melt 110 g butter, addflour and cook for 10 min. Boil the milk with the cream and add to butter and flour roux, stirring continuously, until a light bechamel sauce without lumps. Add the potato pulp and the remaining butter and go through the blender to make it a thin crust. Allow to cool and make balls with your hands. Skip beaten egg and breadcrumbs. Fry the croquettes in olive oil to 200 º C.
Place a few slices of ham on a nest and over croquettes. And they can be frozen if it´ll be over.
Feelggod Womanhood and Enjoy!