Come home late with an empty stomach, I think of the Spanish way of life, the fun crowd in the Tapas, enjoying wine and tapas at the hour we were preparing to go to bed ( 9-11 pm). If you do not know this culture, perhaps people will think that everyone here is busy to late night to find the food. But in fact their daily life is so, the Spaniards take a very long lunch and only return to work at 4pm, continuing until dark. That is why their dinner usually starts at 9 o’clock, a meal with friends with many small portions served with wine, listening to the noble heels of a favorite nation. Late at night, I just wanted to ask a few close friends, or a co-worker to take tapas, just eating the night.
I have tried Tapas in Spain once, in the heart of Barcelona. If you ask me most impressed with what is in the capital of Catalonia, the answer is the harbor with white sails and shrimp, red shrimp, brilliant at a corner of the market. Then the shrimp in the Tapas, aromatic garlands, spicy spicy tongue and sweet parsley fragments in the post. Tapas nights are filled with gusto and flamenco music is echoing through the small streets that run between the old blockhouses, the brown shutters that have peeled off, the black iron railings have turned reddish brown and the roofs The tile is bright red like the tail of the shrimp up from the small bowl.
– 4 Tbsp olive oil.
– 1 garlic, sliced.
– 20 big shrimps, slit back and give up.
– 2 dried chillies.
– 50ml of white wine
– Parsley, chopped.
– A lemon, cut into 4 pieces.
– A baguette dried bread
Heat the oil, add the garlic and stir until golden brown. Take care not to burn garlic.
Add the shrimp to the pan with chilli, stir until red, add the wine and add about 1 minute.
Shrimp in small bowl deep crushed, sprinkle parsley on top. Including toast and lemon.