The potato omelet is arguably Spain's national dish. Onions are optional but recommended!
Tortilla de patatas
Catalan-style tomato bread is a staple at Barcelona tapas bars, and easy to make at home, too.
Pan con tomate
Tomato toast with olive oil—then taken to the next level with cured ham! This is a very popular option for breakfast in Andalusia.
Tostada con tomate, aceite, y jamón
Crispy on the outside, creamy on the inside—what's not to love? Fillings can vary, but cured ham is a classic.
Veggie-packed gazpacho is especially perfect on southern Spain's infamously hot summer days.
Gazpacho's thicker, richer cousin is traditionally topped with bits of cured ham and hard-boiled egg.
No-frills "broken eggs" are served over fried potatoes, with many tasty options for toppings.
Chorizo cooked in cider: so easy to make, yet a dish you'll be dreaming about long after polishing it off.
Chorizo a la sidra
Spain's answer to crème brûlée...though we like to claim that this version came before the French one!
When done right, flan is one of the most delicious traditional Spanish desserts, with many flavor options.
Whether filled with classic tuna & tomato or any other delicious option, these make a perfect Spanish snack.
Fried eggplant drizzled in honey may sound strange, but it's one of the tastiest things you'll eat in Spain!
Berenjenas con miel
Spain's version of ratatouille involves slow-simmered veggies topped with a fried egg.
The best churros are fluffy and crispy. Be sure to eat them ASAP after they're made for the best taste!
You can't have churros without thick, rich, and creamy Spanish hot chocolate—a true match made in heaven!
Do as we do here in Spain and make sangria at home, rather than drinking it at a bar. It's much more delicious!
Garlic chili shrimp served in an addictive sauce—what's not to love? This is a true tapas bar classic.
Gambas al ajillo
Spain's take on French toast is mainly enjoyed at Easter, but nothing's stopping you from eating it year round.
This soul-warming spinach and chickpea stew is an homage to southern Spain's Moorish past.
Espinacas con garbanzos
This Canary Islands classic consists of salty potatoes with a traditional "mojo" sauce.
Papas con mojo
The original paella recipe uses chicken, rabbit, beans, and other veggies—no seafood!
Spain's most iconic rice dish can include any number of seafood options: shrimp, squid, mussels and more!
Bravas are double-fried potatoes covered in a spicy sauce (and occasionally garlic alioli as well).
These small fried peppers are addictive, but be careful—as the saying goes, some are hot and some are not!
Classic Spanish-style rice pudding is creamy and flavored simply with a touch of lemon and cinnamon
Arroz con leche
Delicious chorizo, sherry vinegar, and pickled peppers are the secret to perfect lentejas.
This hearty white bean stew from Asturias combines chorizo, pork fat and morcilla for a cozy winter meal.
Bull tail stew takes several hours to cook to tender perfection, but the results are well worth it.
Rabo de toro
Incredibly simple but so delicious, perfectly boiled shrimp are a popular tapa in the south of Spain.