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  • Hairy Bikers' Spanish chicken bake

    Spanish chicken is a lovely dish to whip up when you want a filling yet delicious meal, and this Hairy Bikers' Spanish chicken bake recipe is the perfect one-pot wonder. The Hairy Bikers have captured the classic flavours of Spain in one dish - and it's one of their diet dishes too! At just 370 calories per serving, you'd think this Hairy Bikers Spanish chicken would be lacking in flavour - far from it! The powerful flavours of paprika and chorizo give the chicken a lovely Spanish twist. This delicious Spanish chicken bake serves 4 people and will take about 1hr and 15 mins to make in total. Itís well worth the wait! The Hairy Bikers use chicken thighs in this recipe to cut down the cost but feel free to use your favourite cut of chicken instead e.g. chicken breast or drumsticks. And the best thing about this Spanish chicken recipe - it's all made in one pot! Less washing up and a delicious family meal - what more could you want? This Spanish chicken recipe is part of the Hairy Dieters series.

    • 3
    (904 ratings)
  • Chicken and prawn paella recipe

    This classic one-pot chicken and prawn paella recipe is a Spanish dish that's not only delicious, but it also saves on the washing-up! Not all traditional paellas use chicken, but we like it better this way. Cooked in just 1hr, this delicious chicken paella recipe serves 4 people. This classic chicken paella dish is infused with chorizo sausage, onion, garlic, saffron and paprika. Serve with a cut of crusty bread and drizzle in lemon juice before serving. Make this chicken paella extra healthy by swapping the traditional paella rice for brown rice instead. This easy chorizo paella recipe is perfect if you want to bring a taste of your favourite summer holiday, home. This meal is great for sharing with the whole family. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Reheat thoroughly before serving again. This recipe is just perfect served with freshly baked bread or crusty baguette for dipping into the meat and spice juices.

    • 3
    (233 ratings)
  • Sangria

    Sangria

    Every summer party needs a jug of sangria, and this classic recipe is one of the best we've ever tried. You can play around with the ratios to suit your tastes, but make sure to include plenty of oranges and the best quality wine you can afford.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • spatchcock peri peri chicken

    Spatchcock peri-peri chicken

    Mix up your usual roast dinner for something extra special with this delicious spatchcock peri-peri chicken recipe. Itís spicy and super moist, so the whole family will love the unusual flavours. Served up with a medley of Mediterranean vegetables, itís also a great way to make sure your family get a healthy mix of protein and vitamins in their diet. While spatchcocking a chicken looks complicated, it couldnít be easier with this simple recipe. Try it this week and youíll have a new favourite to try again and again.

    • 3
    (2 ratings)
  • Prawns pil pil

    Gambas Pil Pil

    A classic Spanish tapas dish, this prawn pil pil dish would make the perfect Spring recipe to add a real variety to your diet this month. With plenty of fragrant garlic and spicy paprika, red pepper and a helping of dry sherry, this prawn pil pil recipe is full of flavor and works really well as a main option when served up with new potatoes and kale. Itís simple, healthy and really tasty, so is the perfect treat to try for dinner this week.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Matt Tebbutt's Spanish fried crumbs

    Matt Tebbutt's Spanish fried crumbs with chorizo and smoked paprika

    This quick tapas dish with chorizo and breadcrumbs is so quick and easy to make, it will soon become your go-to when you need a delicious snack to share with friends. Inspired by Spanish tapas, this recipe combines chorizo sausages, bread and smoked paprika for an absolutely delicious and moreish dish. The best part is that this tapas recipe uses stale bread, so you can just use up bread that is about to go off and you'll save money and not waste food - win win! With this Spanish fried crumbs dish you can feed four to six people as a small tapas meal, so it's ideal for a small gathering with friends or family, alongside other tapas. Matt says: 'This might sound a little strange, but stick with me. Chorizo can sometimes be a bit overpowering, but with a touch of parsley to calm it down and the crispy bread to mellow everything, this is simplicity itself. Wash it down with a cold beer and you could be in a tapas bar on a Spanish side street.'

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Slimming World's mixed paella

    Slimming World's mixed paella

    Slimming World's mixed paella is really simple to make and bursting with flavour thanks to punchy paprika, garlic and lemon. The chicken and seafood in this recipe is cooked to perfection - tender, with plenty of flavour. Spainís most famous dish is traditionally made in three ways. The original recipe Ė Valencian paella Ė uses chicken, rabbit and vegetables (and sometimes snails!), while seafood paella uses shellfish in their shells. Mixed paella is the best of both worlds, and this is a guilt-free version.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Slimming World's Spanish orange cake

    Slimming World's Spanish orange cake

    Slimming World's Spanish orange cake is zesty and moist with a soft sponge - you won't believe it's guilt-free! The whole family will love this easy orange cake, which serves 10. It takes around an hour to prepare and bake the orange sponge, plus cooling time. If you'd like to give this cake a twist, why not swap the orange in this recipe for fresh lemon and lemon juice instead? Oranges are everywhere in Spain and in many towns, youíll see orange trees lining the streets, especially in southern cities like Seville. With a slice of this cake, you can close your eyes and be transported on holiday!

    • 3
    (146 ratings)
  • Hairy Bikers' Spanish paella for the World Cup

    Hairy Bikers' paella

    If you're having a Spanish night in, but don't want to got to too much trouble, try The Hairy Bikers' easy-to-follow seafood paella recipe. This dish will take only 45 mins to prepare and cook and will feed a family of 4. The mixture of seafood and the spicy flavour the chorizo sausage adds to the dish really makes this paella extra special. This mouth-watering Spanish favourite is best made and eaten on the same day but any leftovers can be stored in the fridge and reheated thoroughly the next day. Just be cautious when it comes to reheating seafood and rice and make sure they're piping hot before serving. The Hairies love Mediterranean cooking and here and in their Best of British series, they show you their perfect paella recipe. Enjoy!

    • 3
    (35 ratings)
  • Spanish style potato and chorizo soup

    Spanish-style potato and chorizo soup

    This richly coloured and delicious soup is particularly warming on a cold day and is wholesome and nutritious. Served with crusty bread it makes a filling lunch. Chorizo sausage gives a wonderfully spicy flavour and makes this potato soup extra special. This dish would be perfect as a starter to a Spanish style feast. If you want to add more to this soup and make it into a hearty main you could add chicken or fish to the mix. This delicious meal takes only 40 mins to prepare and cook and can serve up to 4 people. Store leftovers in an airtight container or Tupperware in the fridge for up to 2 days. Make sure you reheat thoroughly before serving again.

    • 4
    (46 ratings)
  • Woman's Weekly 12 June Spanish stir-fry chicken

    Spanish stir-fry chicken

    This simple Spanish stir-fry chicken dish is packed with flavour, and better still, it's ready in 15 minutes flat. Mix chicken with chorizo, red peppers and lemon juice to make this Mediterranean-style stir-fry that will remind you of your last sunny holiday. You can serve it up with rice, so it's halfway between something like paella and a stir-fry! At 370 calories a portion, you can enjoy this dish pretty much guilt-free if youíre looking to cut back on the calories too. Use red or yellow peppers in this recipe to make it super colourful and add that extra sweetness, plus peppers are a great source of vitamin C and other healthy minerals. Make sure you dish it up with a wedge of lemon and that'll balance out the spicy and the sweet flavours in this chicken stir-fry dish.

    • 3
    (12 ratings)
  • Peri Peri Prawns and spicy rice

    Peri peri prawns and spicy rice

    This zesty dish of peri peri prawns with red and green peppers and turmeric goes really well with some spicy rice. Let the uncooked prawns soak up the peri peri flavour in a fridge before cooking them over a high heat. The lemon-and-chilli flavoured peppery spice truly brings out the best in prawns. Smoked paprika and green and red peppers with mixed vegetable stock give the rice the extra oomph it needs to really compliment the spicy flavour. This colourful seafood plate looks great and tastes even better, so give it a try!

    • 4
    (1 ratings)

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