I love tapas but really only have it when I am in Spain so when I saw this I thought why not give it a go? This contains a hundred tapas recipes that are divided into handy to reference chapters that link types of tapas together. So you have a meat lover's chapter, seafood, vegetables eggs and cheese and just nibbles.
The book is padded and the cover can be wiped clean which is a bonus if you are as messy as me when cooking. All of the recipes are accompanied by a really nice picture of the dish so you get a visual of what your creation ought to look like.
Every recipe fits on one page with a list of the ingredients on one side and the method on the other. The oven instructions are not broken down to distinguish between conventional and fan assisted ovens, so you need to be aware that these temperatures and timings are for conventional, if you like me have a fan assisted oven then you need to make adjustments. If you still have your manufacturer's handbook it will be able to advise you. If not a really rough rule of thumb is cook for a little less time and or on a slightly reduced temperature.
This is a lovely little book and I have already tried a half dozen of the recipes my fave being garlic and pan fried bread chorizo and flamenco eggs. There is loads here to inspire you and get your creative juices flowing, and I have found this to be an ideal and accessible way to bring some colour back to my meals.